Top Tip’s Tuesday: Cocktail Of The Month… Salted Caramel Mocha Cocktail…
It’s the start of a new year, which means it’s time to make new cocktails. Banish away those winter blues with steaming concoctions and delicious warming punches. Dry January will also soon be coming to an end, so chose a cocktail that you can enjoy to it’s full extent. But, for those carrying on, don’t worry – this cocktail can be enjoyed both with or without alcohol. We know you will love this one…
After researching many different cocktails we thought this one was the most suited to a Christmas/January wedding, occasion, or just a treat. So, put your feet up and relax, snuggle up in a lovely warm wool blanket and play your favourite chick flick. This cocktail is perfect for a duvet day.
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The Salted Caramel Mocha Cocktail…
Ingredients – To make 1 cocktail…
- 45ml Pravda Espresso Vodka
- 30ml Baileys Salted Caramel
- Milk 250ml (Or to the top Of preferred glass)
- 4 teaspoons of Cocoa powder
- 2 Dessert Spoons of Caramel sauce (Whatever type you like best!)
- 1 Pinch Of Flaky Salt
- Whipped cream (optional)
Firstly warm the milk of your choice in a pot over the stove. When heated to a desired temperature, mix in cocoa powder to make an luxurious hot chocolate milk. Whilst the milk is heating, rim an Irish coffee mug (or desired glass/ mug of choice) with caramel sauce and a little sprinkling of salt. Make sure you take the milk of the boil, then set aside.
Next, top up the glass with the heated chocolate milk, get a dessert spoonful of caramel and put that into the warm cocktail.
As you stir the flavors will meld and the caramel will melt. So delicious…
Finally, top with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles, if desired.
Have you tried a recipe similar to this one? How did it go? Let us know in the comments section below!