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Chocolate flavored vodka

jen77ia 2 | 2  
16 Mar 2008 /  #1
So as I was browsing in my local grocery store's liquor section I found a bottle of chocolate flavored vodka that was imported from Poland. I can't remember the brand name now but that is not really relevant. What I was curious about was what kind of drink does one make from chocolate flavored vodka? I think its lack of imagination in the alcohol arena that keeps me from coming up with something. Any ideas? I didn't buy it yet- it was quite expensive- but maybe with the right recipe I will do so.

Thanks in advance!
LondonChick 31 | 1,133  
16 Mar 2008 /  #2
I'd just drink it straight - or over ice.

Otherwise, maybe mix it with milk or cream for a milkshake, although I'm not a fan of overly complicating my drinks.
Davey 13 | 388  
16 Mar 2008 /  #3
ice and maybe mix some other flavoured vodka with it
Dagmara 1 | 38  
17 Mar 2008 /  #4
chocolate martinis
1.5 oz chocolate vodka, 1.5 oz vanilla vodka, 1 oz kahlua coffee liquor, 1 oz baileys irish cream, splash of cream, lots of ice, shake and strain into a martini glass
Buddy 7 | 167  
18 Mar 2008 /  #5
Years ago before the Vodka revival in the UK. I worked for a bunch a crooks who ran Babuska Bars in London. What we would do (managements orders) was buy cheap vodka and mix it with melted chocolate and milk put it in absolute vodka bottles and sell it at £1 a shot. From 1 litre of cheap nasty vodka we'd make up the 3 full bottles of Absolute. Thus turning a £9.99 vodka and £5 worth of chocolate and milk into £84 easy money.

Most of the flavoured vodkas are made using chemicals, its much more fun to make your own.
LondonChick 31 | 1,133  
18 Mar 2008 /  #6
Most of the flavoured vodkas are made using chemicals, its much more fun to make your own.

Ever tried peardrops left to steep in vodka? yum yum
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
18 Mar 2008 /  #7
Had pear drop vodka, in fact tried many vodkas in Revolution, Im actually more a G&T gal to be honest...
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
18 Mar 2008 /  #8
Almost a decade ago now, there was a vodka bar in Little Belmont Street in Aberdeen, Scotland. It had all manner of vodkas, from red kola vodka (yummy) to mars bar vodka (hmm). I think it had around 30 types all in. Pricey as hell, especially if I compare it to Polish prices, but being young and frivolous at the time, what did I care? For any Aberdonians here, they'll remember the confusing way to the toilet. There was a mural cast against the wall and the door was hard to spot. I knew a few people who got lost trying to find the toilets, hehehe, and that was b4 drinking any vodka
11 Sep 2009 /  #9
Mix it with Sprite Zero and it tastes like a tootsie roll. Yum!!! Its awesome. =)
Seanus 15 | 19,674  
11 Sep 2009 /  #10
RedKola vodka was great. Calories in a glass but tasty :) We had Mars Bar vodka too in Aberdeen. The Vodka Bar should reopen, Poles would love it.
Ajb 6 | 232  
12 Sep 2009 /  #11
but maybe with the right recipe I will do so.

To be honest it really isnt that hard to make..

Buy vodka and your prefured chocolate

Boil some hot water in a pan on the cooker, with a glass bowl on the top... (a tipical way to melt chocolate)

Melt your chocolate in the glass bowl (While still on the pan)

Add vodka but dont get the mixture to hot or you will boil off the alcohol

Keep mixing it in untill the chocolate and vodka mix togther properly (May take some time if your useing mars bars!)

Bottle up and stick in the freezer..

Dont do what i did and use 96% sprit.. i let it get to hot and nearly burned the flat down lol

I did read you can just stuff mars bars in a bottle of vodka and leave it for a while but im not sure about it

Hope that helps :)

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