These Condensed Milk Smirnoff Cocktails Spell S-I-N-F-U-L
If you’ve never gotten on the condensed milk bandwagon, you’re really missing out. This thick, creamy, sweet delight is nothing but pure bliss. Not only does it go really well in desserts and Vietnamese coffee, but it also pairs beautifully with Smirnoff-based cocktails. Smirnoff is such a delicious, clear, and versatile spirit that the condensed milk really levels it up in any cocktail. Here are some recipes of classic and lesser-known cocktails with condensed milk that you should definitely try out.
For this recipe, you’ll need 30 ml of Smirnoff, 30 ml of condensed milk, 15 ml of chocolate liqueur and ice. First, fill a shaker with ice and then pour the ingredients and shake well. Then strain the mixture into a martini glass and garnish with chocolate shavings or a chocolate-covered strawberry. This cocktail first became famous in the early 2000s when dessert cocktails were trending in the United States. People instantly fell for it on account of its delightful taste and well, because everyone loves chocolate!
White Russian With Condensed Milk
This is a spinoff of the classic cocktail that already has a loyal and dedicated fanbase across the world. For this recipe, you’ll need 30 ml of Smirnoff Triple Distilled Vodka, 30 ml of condensed milk, 15 ml of Bailey’s Irish Creme, and ice. Take a rock glass and fill it with ice. Then pour the Smirnoff, condensed milk, and coffee liquor and stir well. Then you can garnish it with coffee beans and enjoy and sweet and creamier version of the already delicious cocktail.
This cocktail is a variation of the White Russian and became famous in the United States in the ’60s on account of the simplicity and accessibility of its ingredients. For this recipe, you’ll need 30 ml of Smirnoff, 30 ml of condensed milk, 60 ml of cold brew coffee, and ice. To make the perfect cold brew, coarse coffee grounds and cold water. You need to let 120 gms of coffee rest in about 800 ml of cold water for 12-24 hours. The longer you let it sit, the more flavourful it’ll become. Once your cold brew is ready, you can add the ingredients to a tall glass filled with ice and stir gently. Then you can garnish it with a sprinkle of cinnamon and your drink is ready to be consumed!
This delightful cocktail dessert became popular in the United States in the ’70s thanks to the nostalgia attached to creamsicles and the craze for dessert cocktails. For this, you’ll need 30 ml of Smirnoff, 30 ml of condensed milk, 60 ml of orange juice, and ice. In a shaker filled with ice, combine all the ingredients and shake well. Then strain the drink into a tall glass filled with ice and garnish with an orange slice. It’s so delicious, citrusy, tangy, and refreshing, you’ll thoroughly enjoy it!
Espresso Martini With Condensed Milk
For this recipe, you’ll need to brew a fresh pot of espresso and then allow it to cool to room temperature and then chill it for an hour in the fridge. Once that’s done, you’ll need 30 ml of Smirnoff, 30 ml of condensed milk, 30 ml of espresso, and 15 ml of Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur. In a shaker, add some ice and then pour in all the ingredients and shake well. Strain the mixture into a martini glass and garnish it with coffee beans or a sprinkle of cocoa powder.
Peach Cream Liqueur Cocktail
For this recipe, you’ll need 15 ml of peach liqueur, 30 ml of Smirnoff, 30 ml of condensed milk, 15 ml of simple syrup, 15 ml of lime juice, and ice. Fill a shaker with ice, pour in your ingredients, and shake well. Then strain the mixture into a tall glass filled with ice and garnish with peach slices.
It’s easy to get carried away with these yummy cocktails. Remember to drink responsibly!