Friday, 24 May 2013

Cocktail Friday: White Chocolate Mochatini

On Tuesday, we took our weary heads to Be At One at King's Cross after a long day of tasting wine. It's one of my favourite cocktail chains in London, and we just happened to arrive during happy hour, so obviously we all ordered about four cocktails. The perfect way to finish the day.

My awesome friend Allan and I both decided we fancied something deliciously naughty, and decided upon a white chocolate mochatini. It arrived, and we very much liked what we tasted.

Their recipe includes white chocolate liqueur, coffee liqueur and espresso, but I thought it was a bit too much coffee and not enough creamy white chocolate for my liking (just a personal thing - it really was gorgeous).

I've devised my own recipe which is not only more creamy but also has extra sauce in it - a perfect way to end a dinner or start a party.

White Chocolate Mochatini (serves one)

You will need:

50ml white chocolate liqueur (we used Mozart)
50ml coffee liqueur (we used Tia Maria)
25ml Baileys
One small square of chocolate, to garnish

Shake it!

1. Pour all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice, and shake it like you mean it for around ten seconds.
2. Pour into a martini glass or champagne saucer, and grate the chocolate of your choice on top (I chose hazelnut chocolate, because NOM NOM NOM.)

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