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Aug 15, 2009 08:45 PM

a good mudslide variation?

Hello, I want to make a stronger variation of a mudslide for my aunt who loves them.

I have vanilla vodka, kahlua, white creme de cacao, coffee liqueur, godiva white chocolate liqueur, milk, whipping creme. What should the proportions be?? I have Vandermint too, for a mint chocolate mudslide, maybe that would be interesting? I'd like some insight before I trial and error. She loves sweeeet drinks with very subtle alcohol content. And the milk is a must. Thanks

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  1. A Mudslide is vodka, Kahlua and Bailey's. It may or may not have a splash of milk/cream, depending on your taste.
    If your aunt doesn't like strongly flavored drinks, why do you want to make this stronger? The drink is already pretty strong, since it's basically straight booze on the rocks (unless you're talking about a frozen Mudslide, which I know nothing about, by choice).

    1. add grand marnier to make it a B52

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      1. re: barleywino

        Tip: Make sure to have someone around to hold your hair back about an hour later...

        1. re: davis_sq_pro

          LOL...actually i once went to a Papparazzi (chain restaurant) in NJ and ordered a B52 (which they were unfamiliar with) without mentioning that it normally came as a shooter, and they made an entire glass of it, for about $7...not wanting to make a fuss, I did not send it back