Adult hot chocolate
- rworange Jan 9, 2008 02:45 PM
Who says chains are all bad? One near me has hot choolate with peppermint schnapps and coffee liquor. Unfortunately it falls into chaindom with weak chocolate and aerosol whipped cream.
What are some good hot chocolate or cocoa ideas using alcohol.
I've been making hot chocolate with Hershey's new Special Dark Chocolate cocoa and brandy.
Looking on the web some other ideas ...
- white hot chocolate with brandy and candy canes
- bittersweet hot chocolate with port wine
- spicy Mexican hot chocolate with tequila
- zabaglione hot chocolate with cocoa, egg yolks and marsala wine
- hot cocoa, Baily's Irish cream, vodka and butterschotch schnapps
- hot chocoate and creme de menthe
- chambord raspberry liquor, creme de cocoa, cocoa
- kahlua Hot Chocolate
- amaretto hot chocolate
- frangelico hot chocolate
This book has a chapter with spirited hot chocloate like citrus and brandy hot chocolate and mint julep hot chocolate. Anyone have any opions on "Hot Chocolate - 50 Heavenly Cups of Comfort"?
You got a good portion of them but how about:
Hot chocolate with both peppermint schnapps and amaretto - mmmmmmmm
Hot chocolate with vanilla cognac
Hot chocolate with irish whiskey - add frangelico or amaretto
Hot chocolate with baileys, kahlua, crown royal
I start with a top quality hot chocolate mix Schokinag Extreme Dark with no sugar added is my favorite. It is like 70% dark. Use whole milk and doctor it up to your hearts content.
I infuse orange zest into mine while it is cooking, then add Cointreau and homemade honey marshmallow.
Yeah, you and a million other Google hits ... adding 'recipe' took out some of the more, uh, spicy, search results. My revenge is that anyone searching for anything else will find this thread in their search results.
Thanks to all for the great ideas everyone.
Eat-Nopal do you have ideas on liquor combos other than tequila to go with Mexican spicy hot choclate ... the drink.
I make mine with light coconut milk (because full fat coconut milk is WAY to thick, comes out more like mousse, which also isn't bad). :)