Mimosa & White Russian Drinks
Mimosa is a delicious cocktail made with orange juice, champagne and a cherry for a special touch. This is a very easy cocktail to make for New Years Eve. To see my recipe click HERE.
Why is a White Russian my #1 favorite cocktail to drink? Because it is made with Kahlua which is a rum and coffee liqueur. I can’t resist coffee even in a cocktail. To see my recipe click HERE.
Categories: Alcohol Based, Drinks/Smoothies, Milk Products
This is funny. I don’t care for mimosas but either a black or white russian is the only alcoholic drink I will drink…except for wine of course.
Happy New Year!
These two and Bloody Mary are the ones I like. Of course wine is on the top of your list! Lol
Unfortunately, White Russians were my fave drink when in college (a million years ago). Needs less to say the smell makes me ill. But I hear ya.
Oh-Oh! I used to make my own Kahlua (a million years ago). Now I only have it at Christmas. Have a great day Danny!
Thanks a lot madam for the great share,hope you had a grand Christmas. Glad to meet you after a long break.😊🥰✨💐🌲🙏
Hi Francis! Nice to hear from you. Thank you so much! 💕
I agree, they are so good!
It’s only 2:30 here but I’m off this week and these drinks look like a good way to spend a Wednesday afternoon!
Only Wednesday? 🤣
They both look yummy! Happy new year! x
They are my favorite, thank you and right back at you!
Thank you Ned!
When I was in high school, I remember my mom loved making White Russians.
Well go big or go home as they say – they both look delicious to sip on Diane.
They definitely are Linda. I’m not a drinker but I love these two. 💕
They are more like a sweet dessert like creme de cacoa and Carnation Milk. I got some Rumchata to put in coffee a few years ago – it was okay. I’m not a drinker either, but it was a nice little treat.
Diane, your post reminds me of drinking White Russians when I was in college, on the mistaken assumption that the milk would coat our stomachs! I probably haven’t had one since but remember the Kahlua as being very good, although I don’t remember putting vodka in it, but as poor students maybe we couldn’t afford it?
Haha I got a good laugh out of that Joni!
Well it sounded logical, but perhaps I remember them as at our end of second year party, I started with a white Russian, had red wine with dinner, an after dinner brandy with dessert and some kind of mixed drink at the class party – the first and only time I ever threw up the next morning! I was not a big drinker even then but lesson learned – don’t mix drinks.
These will be perfect for bringing in the New Year Diane! Hope all is well with you. Hugs, C
My two favorite drinks Cheryl, Thank you!
Cheers to a grand 2023!
Thank you so much!
Happy New Year, Diane! I hope 2023 is good to you.
Thank you Kellye, it was a rough 2022 so I’m hoping for a good year. 🥰