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Bushwacker Cocktail, Chocolate and nuts

Bushwacker

With Easter upon us, we wanted to create something different celebrating both chocolate and our Hazelnut Vodka. Initially we started using the Hazelnut Alexander as a base, but research took across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and USA where we found the Bushwacker.

A Bushwacker can refer to a person who wanders off the path in the woods, to forge their own. It could be why this cocktail has taken on the name, as everyone will have their own variation, as there are no rules in how it is made.

It is a novelty milky-sweet cocktail, both rich and chocolaty resembling another tropical favourite, the piña colada. However, instead of citrusy notes from coconut and pineapple, Bushwackers often steer to the nut, chocolate and coffee side of spirits. It is unsophisticated, self-indulgent and dangerously potent, enjoyed as an after-dinner drink.

Note the image is of a sophiscated version using Coupe glasses.

Ease of Making: Easy, amend quantities as needed.

Glass Type: Coupe, Nika Nora, Hurricane Glass, Tumbler (you choose)

Taste: Decadent, velvety smooth , with chocolate and nuts. 

Recipe:

  • 50ml Hazelnut Vodka
  • 50ml Cream of Coconut
  • 25ml Baileys
  • 25ml Kahlua
  • 25ml Crème de Cacao (dark)
  • Chocolate Syrup
  • Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Hand full of ice

Method:

  • Place everything into a blender that can crush ice. Blitz until smooth.
  • Place chocolate syrup into the glass or add it to the rim of the glass.
  • Split the cocktail between your choosen glassware.
  • Garnish with Chocolate

Notes:

  • Use rum instead of Hazelnut Vodka.
  • Add whipped cream on top and garnish with grated chocolate or nutmeg.
  • Melt some chocolate in a pan, dip the rim of the glass into it and allow to cool.
  • Crushed Oreo cookies make a good garnish.
  • You can remove the ice cream and cream of coconut.
  • The options are endless, have fun making your own version!
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