White Russian Recipes are all about the same but here are some variations and tips for you to try.
The White Russian is flavorful and sophisticated. Combining vodka, Kahlúa and cream and serving it on the rocks create a delicious alternative to adult milkshakes.
The White Russian came about in the ’60s when someone added a bit of cream to the Black Russian
Standard White Russian
- 2 oz
- 1 oz
- Try it with Kahlúa
- Heavy cream
Add the vodka and Kahlúa to an Old Fashioned glass with ice.
Top with a large splash of heavy cream and stir.
Glass: Old Fashioned
BAILEYS WHITE RUSSIAN
Whether you’re out for happy-hour, celebrating with the girls or just enjoying an after-dinner drink, there’s no better way to shake up your cocktail routine than this delicious cherry-topped recipe!
- 1.5 OZ Baileys Espresso Crème Liqueur
- 0.5 OZ Smirnoff Vodka
- 0.25 OZ Coffee liqueur optional
- 2 OZ Milk
Pour all ingredients into a glass with ice and stir.
Combine in a glass and mix.
Garnish with Maraschino Cherry.
This recipe contains no more than 2.25 fl. oz. of alcohol per serving
Dark Chocolate White Russian
- 4 ounces of Silk Rich Dark Chocolate & Walnut Nuctchello
- 2 ounces of vodka
- 3 ounces of coffee liqueur
- Few handfuls of ice
- Sprig of mint for garnish
Add a small handful of ice to each glass & pour in your vodka and coffee liqueur.
Pour in your Nutchello on top. For a richer chocolate taste, use a larger glass & add to taste.
Gently stir, garnish,