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Chocolate Celebration Drink Recipes

Start the New Year on a sweet note and toast it with chocolate. There are so many wonderful chocolate alcoholic beverages available. You can have your pick of chocolate infused vodka, chocolate liqueur, or cr�me de cacao. Two popular chocolate vodkas available are Three Olives and Vincent Van Gogh. A yummy chocolate liqueur option is Godiva. Godiva offers a variety of different liqueurs. Dark chocolate, white chocolate, milk chocolate, mocha chocolate, and caramel milk chocolate liqueurs are all part of the Godiva line. Let your imagine run wild with the drinks you can make. Hiram Walker and DeKuyper both make a cr�me de cacao. The main difference between chocolate liqueur and cr�me de cacao is the liqueur is thicker and sweeter.

Try any of these 3 chocolate drink recipes. The coffee drink recipe is a sweet treat for those of us who need help staying awake to ring in the new year!

Chocolate Espresso Martini Recipe

Ingredients:

1 oz. cold prepared espresso
1 1/2 oz. chocolate flavored vodka such as Three Olives
1 oz. Irish Cream Liqueur such as Bailey's
chocolate shavings for garnish

Directions:

1. Combine all ingredients in shaker and shake with ice.
2. Pour mixture in martini glass.
3. Garnish with chocolate shavings.
4. Serve with a side of ice.

Chocolate Martini Recipe

Ingredients:

1 oz. vanilla flavored vodka, Three Olives
1/2 oz. cr�me de cacao
1/2 oz. Irish cream liqueur, Bailey's
Maraschino cherries for garnish

Directions:

1. Combine all ingredients in shaker and shake with ice.
2. Pour mixture in martini glass.
3. Garnish with a cherry.
4. Serve with a side of ice.

Chocolate Dessert Coffee Recipe:

cup of freshly brewed, hot coffee
1/2 oz. chocolate liqueur
1/2 oz. hazelnut liqueur, Frangelico
whipped cream for garnish

Directions

1. Pour freshly brewed coffee into mug. I prefer the glass Irish coffee mugs.
2. Add the chocolate and hazelnut liqueurs.
3. Garnish with whipped cream.

Enjoy and sweeten the soul with chocolate!

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