S’morange After Dinner Dessert Cocktail

Renée **II**


All the flavors of campfire s'mores with the added essence of orange liqueur in a cocktail glass. Perfect for sitting around the fire-pit any time of year. Who doesn’t adore chocolate with a little hint of orange?
If you don’t happen to have on hand marshmallow vodka, vanilla vodka will work rather well, too.

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No-Cook or Other


ice cubes
1 cup chocolate milk
4 oz. marshmallow flavored vodka (we used pinnacle)
2 oz. orange liqueur (we used triple sec)
4 oz. dark crème de cocoa liqueur (we used dekuyper)
4 oz. baileys irish cream liqueur
melted chocolate chips
graham cracker crumbs
toasted marshmallows on a cocktail toothpicks or skewers


1Set out four stemmed cocktail glasses. Melt chocolate chips in microwave bowl, large enough to dip the rim of the cocktail glasses.
2Dip glasses into the melted chocolate and then immediately dip rim of glass into a saucer with the graham cracker crumbs. Drizzle some of the chocolate down the inside of each glass (optional, today we didn’t do that, but it makes a nice presentation). Set glasses in fridge to get cold and firm up the chocolate.
3While glasses are chilling, place four broken up graham crackers into a plastic bag and roll over with a rolling pin or a can of peaches, beans...whatever you have handy, until you have fine crumbs. Pour into saucer or small plate. Alternately, just buy graham cracker crumbs to begin with.
4In a cocktail shaker, add ice. Pour in the chocolate milk, vodka, and liqueurs. Shake until thoroughly chilled and strain into the prepared glasses.
5Top with a toasted marshmallow. Enjoy right away.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American