The key to the perfect chocolate cocktail is balance. For example, you shouldn’t add extra sugar when creating a cocktail with a liqueur, which has a higher sugar content than liquor. Also, if you’re adding plain chocolate, make sure it’s good quality. We recommend using good baking chocolate so that the flavor is as rich as can be.
Brands like Van Gogh and Godiva have made the mixing easy for us by creating spirits that are already infused with chocolate. Made from the finest quality cocoa beans in the world, Van Gogh Chocolate Vodka is sweet enough to provide a chocolatey taste without being too sugary. This quality makes it the perfect accompaniment to vanilla vodka and butterscotch schnapps creating a cocktail that tastes pretty much like a vodka infused Milky Way.
Looking to cease your sweet tooth with more chocolate-focused cocktails? Read on for 10 sugary cocktails and prepare to drink your dessert.
All you need are three ingredients to bring a cannoli-inspired cocktail to life. Just mix Faretti Biscotti Liqueur, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, and milk together in a cocktail shaker, strain it into a martini glass, and slip away into sweet, cannoli paradise.
Who doesn’t love a pitcher cocktail? Sauza found a way to jazz up a margarita by mixing Blue Silver 100 percent agave tequila with chocolate chile liqueur and cream. The purity of the agave keeps the flavors clean. No worms here!
There is a reason a square of dark chocolate goes so nicely with a glass of red wine. The flavors are meant for each other, so when you combine them to create hot cocoa, its heaven in a cup. This cocktail has hints of cherry, clove, and soft floral notes that bring the flavors of bittersweet chocolate to life.