"Trophy Room | Crafted Pour"

"The holiday season means that it's time for coffee cocktails as the weather gets cooler! Admittedly, I had some difficulty in finding the Vandermint for the drink tonight. I couldn't find it locally, and online it could be found for $200-500 at specialty stores. I did find a new product called Mint Mocha Kahlúa that had the minted chocolate flavor that I was looking for, and I was fully committed to using that in my drink tonight. When talking to my father-in-law about my difficulties in finding the Vandermint and my plan to use the Kahlúa as a substitute, he casually mentioned "Oh yeah, I have a couple bottles!" and pulled out two bottles from his cabinet; one vintage example that had a tax stamp and no barcode, and a newer example that did have a barcode and a little recipe booklet. We opened the vintage bottle and tasted it to make sure it was not poison and there were no floaties. Since the bottle was open and there was only a little bit left, he gave it to me to use in my drinks! Thank you, George! The drink itself was rather tasty. It tasted like a mint mocha with a hint if almond. The coffee flavor was very pronounced and made for a great little sipper. This is definitely going into my coffee cocktail rotation and would work with the Mocha Mint Kahlúa. This was a great drink! Cheers!", "undefined", "Trophy Room",

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Trophy Room By , May 8, 2009 The holiday season means that it's time for coffee cocktails as the weather gets cooler! Admittedly, I had some difficulty in finding the Vandermint for the drink tonight. I couldn't find it locally, and online it could be found for $200-500 at specialty stores. I did find a new product called Mint Mocha Kahlúa that had the minted chocolate flavor that I was looking for, and I was fully committed to using that in my drink tonight.

When talking to my father-in-law about my difficulties in finding the Vandermint and my plan to use the Kahlúa as a substitute, he casually mentioned The holiday season means that it's time for coffee cocktails as the weather gets cooler! Admittedly, I had some difficulty in finding the Vandermint for the drink tonight. I couldn't find it locally, and online it could be found for $200-500 at specialty stores. I did find a new product called Mint Mocha Kahlúa that had the minted chocolate flavor that I was looking for, and I was fully committed to using that in my drink tonight. When talking to my father-in-law about my difficulties in finding the Vandermint and my plan to use the Kahlúa as a substitute, he casually mentioned "Oh yeah, I have a couple bottles!" and pulled out two bottles from his cabinet; one vintage example that had a tax stamp and no barcode, and a newer example that did have a barcode and a little recipe booklet. We opened the vintage bottle and tasted it to make sure it was not poison and there were no floaties. Since the bottle was open and there was only a little bit left, he gave it to me to use in my drinks! Thank you, George! The drink itself was rather tasty. It tasted like a mint mocha with a hint if almond. The coffee flavor was very pronounced and made for a great little sipper. This is definitely going into my coffee cocktail rotation and would work with the Mocha Mint Kahlúa. This was a great drink! Cheers! Ingredients: - Luxardo Amaretto Di Saschira - Vandermint Instructions: 1. Pour Amaretto, Vandermint, and Rum into a coffee mug 2. Fill with hot coffee 3. Top with whipped cream 4. Float Sabroso on top Winter,Fall,Hot,1990s