Pink Squirrel (Origional)

Rebecca C


The Milwaukee, Wisconsin tavern, Bryant’s Cocktail Lounge, lays claim to having invented the pink squirrel. There are disputes regarding the actual invention, but it is known the drink became popular in the 1950s, especially among women.

The Bryant’s recipe calls for something that milkshake lovers will adore; a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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part creme de noyaux (sometimes called creme de almond)
part white creme de cacao
parts vanilla ice cream

How to Make Pink Squirrel (Origional)


  • 1Add ingredients to blender.
  • 2Process until smooth.
  • 3Pour into glasses
  • 4Garnish with a maraschino cherry.

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About Pink Squirrel (Origional)

Course/Dish: Cocktails

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