On chilly nights, warm up before turning in by drinking a Naughty Nightcap. This cheeky cocktail — which uses Adult Chocolate Milk as its base, along with amaretto, coffee liqueur, and grenadine — is guaranteed to take the term "cookies and milk" to the next level. Watch the video, then print out the recipe for sweet dreams all night long. On Brandi: Edward Avedis
If you're planning to indulge in a big meal this weekend — or at least on Thanksgiving — an after-dinner cocktail makes a nice alternative or addition to dessert. Though the vodka-infused cream liqueur Adult Chocolate Milk is plenty tasty on its own, it's also pretty potent, so I was curious how it would taste mixed with other sweet booze.
Cheekily titled the Naughty Nightcap, this cocktail is cute served in a classic juice glass with a straw. But if you want to be more sophisticated, I'd suggest serving it up. Despite the triple-dose of sweet liqueurs, this is a surprisingly well-balanced drink. Get the recipe.
Although Adult Chocolate Milk, a cream-based liqueur that's infused with vodka, was first introduced two years ago, I've just now got my hands on a bottle. Since I enjoy trying new spirits that take the alcohol world by storm — in the past six months everyone from Time to Eater has talked about Adult Chocolate Milk — I was excited to finally give it a taste. Created by two friends who reconnected through Facebook, Adult Chocolate Milk is described as a "retro-inspired" classic that's made with "premium ingredients and an artisanal approach." But does it really taste like the chocolate milk of my childhood? Find out, after the jump.