Chocolaty bourbon with a freshening herbal blast of Fernet Branca, smoothed by sipping through a Chartreuse cream head. Like meeting the devil hidden beneath
Creamy tequila and chocolate this tequila based riff on the classic Brandy Alexander is deliciously indulgent.
Sip brandy-laced chocolate coffee through a velvety layer of cream. For best results use a milk frother (e.g. Nespresso Aeroccino) to whip and heat your
This flavoursome mix of coffee and chocolate is further enhanced if vanilla-infused rum is used.
This after-dinner classic is rich, creamy and subtly chocolaty.
Made with great espresso, this drink is a superb, richly flavoured balance of sweet and bitter.
A classic Daiquiri with aged rum and a hint of chocolate.
Chef meets bartender in the rich dessert cocktail.
A great looking tasty dessert cocktail. Whiskey, coffee and chocolate sipped through a layer of minty cream.
Delicately spiced and subtly chocolaty.
Scotch soured with lime (works better than lemon) and sweetened with a touch of chocolate liqueur.
Based on the eponymous classic Italian dessert, this after-dinner cocktail blends coffee and chocolate with ice-cream, appropriately fortified with a splash
Absinthe sits majestically with cream and chocolate in this indulgent after-dinner cocktail.
Coconut water adds dilution and subtly flavours this cognac-based cocktail with sweet vermouth and subtle notes of chocolate and Angostura.
Rich and cinnamon spiced with chocolatey raisin, this stirred spirituous cocktail is a great after dinner cocktail.
Chocolate and coffee flavours from the spiced rum are central to this spirit-forward aperitivo/digestivo.
As the name suggests, this riff on a Brandy Alexander has a delicately spicy finish that cuts through the creaminess.
As the name suggests, an orange and chocolate flavoured Vodka Espresso.
Fruity, sweet 'n' sour. A bite-sized tropical-style Greek-laced cocktail for a touch of island escapism in a glass.
Dessert by name and dessert by nature: naughty but nice.
Cognac-laced chocolate with port wine complexity and sugary richness balanced by lime juice.
We've slightly changed the proportions and replaced the original lemon zest garnish with a little extra spice.
As the name suggests - a Margarita with chocolate and coffee.
The chocolate liqueur takes the acidity off the wine without masking its flavour.
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