Saturday, June 29, 2013

Cocktail Month: Vodka Root Beer Floats

I thought about how I should wrap up cocktail month here on Kettler Cuisine and then it hit me, end the month like you end a meal...with dessert! For the final installment of Cocktail Month, I present the Vodka Root Beer Float! It's a nightcap and dessert in one!

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The Hubby and I have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves in the kitchen experimenting with different cocktails this month. But even more, we have enjoyed all the great comments and praise from our followers and friends! Thank you for all the comments and pictures sent!!

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So, to recap Cocktail Month on Kettler Cuisine:
The days of boring vodka tonics are over! Get in the liquor cabinet and play around with flavors and combinations. It's hard to go wrong :)

Vodka Root Beer Float

Yields: 1 drink

1 shot vodka
Root beer
2 scoops vanilla gelato or ice cream
Chilled glass

For best results, start with all cold ingredients. We like to chill our glasses in the freezer for about 30 minutes before making. There are two ways to make a root beer float, either start with the ice cream or start with the root beer.

We like to start with the vodka and fill the glass 2/3 full with root beer (leaving room for ice cream), then add the ice cream scoops on top, it bubbles up and starts to blend together pretty quickly! The result is a boozy, delicious, creamy dessert beverage.

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