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White Russian cocktails are a class drink that many people enjoy. Typically, this cocktail is made with vodka, coffee liqueur and cream. It’s then served in a nice old-fashioned glass with ice. What if you wanted to mix it up a bit when you are making a White Russian? Well, you can simply add various flavors to create a more unique drink. White Russians are perfect for the holidays or family gatherings and by adding extra special holiday flavors, you can have a delicious drink that’s perfect for the holidays. These are the most creative White Russian cocktails to knock your guests socks off!
Our Favorite Creative White Russian Cocktails (With Recipes!)
These White Russian Cocktails combine amazing flavors with a few traditional ingredients to make a creative cocktail. Whether you’re looking for a dairy-free White-Russian, (which totally is a thing!), or something fun and festive, we’ve got all of the bases covered. Best of all, you can give your guests the surprise of a cocktail they’ve never experience, or whip out one of these recipes to share at a dinner party. A perfectly balanced White Russian is truly a thing of beauty, and with any luck these recipes will help you find an interesting new way to enjoy a classic cocktail!
Related: These are the best cocktail glasses for serving up some of your signature White Russians!
How do you Make a White Russian Drink?
Mix 2 ounces of Vodka, 1 ounce of Kahlúa, and 1 splash of heavy cream. Combine all three of these ingredients into a classic rocks glass with some ice, and you’ve got a classic White Russian cocktail. Personally, I’d say stick with Russian vodka, although your favorite bottle will do. Be generous with the cream and coffee liqueur, as this drink is meant to be a creamy and delicious treat! Not only that, but it will give you a really good excuse to brush off that bottle of vodka on your bar cart!
Thanks for checking out some of our favorite, (and certainly most enjoyable!) creative White Russian cocktails! Don’t forget to let us know which one you’ve tried, and how it turned out. Oh, and don’t forget to supply your guests with ample cocktail napkins for those inevitably hilarious milk moustaches.