Drinks and desserts are a constant throughout the holiday season. Why not simplify the holiday mayhem by enjoying these two holiday staples at once? There are countless ways to drink your dessert this holiday season. Most of them are easy to make as long as you have a bottle of Mozart chocolate cream liqueur, Mozart pumpkin spice liqueur and Mozart dark chocolate liqueur.
The Drink to Make: Mozart on the Rocks
You don’t even need a recipe to create a seasonal and indulgent treat. Simply pour your preferred Mozart chocolate liqueur over ice. It’s the simplest way to appreciate the fresh cream, conched Belgian dark chocolate and genuine bourbon vanilla from Madagascar that goes into every bottle of Mozart.
The Drink to Make: Mozart Coffee
Want to get more advanced? Try adding Mozart to the drinks you already love. A splash of Mozart chocolate cream liqueur is enough to turn an after-dinner cup of coffee into a full-fledged dessert. The whipped cream and sprinkles are optional, but why hold back during the holidays?
The Drink to Make: Mozart Pumpkin Sundae
OK, this might be stretching the term “drink.” But you should explore how Mozart can elevate traditional desserts. A great way to do that is by filling a fountain shoppe glass with a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream before topping it with Mozart pumpkin spice liqueur. (Feel free to add some chocolate cream liqueur, too.) It transforms a commonplace dessert into a luxurious sundae worthy of a special occasion.
The Drink to Make: Not-So-Basic PSL
The best pumpkin spice lattes aren’t available at your local coffee shop. You can make this mouthwatering and boozy take on the fall classic at home. Just mix two-and-a-half ounces of Mozart pumpkin spice liqueur, one ounce of Mozart chocolate cream liqueur, half an ounce of rum and three ounces of espresso. Finish it off with a dash of cinnamon and enjoy the Not-So-Basic PSL.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
The Drink to Make: Perfect Chocolate Martini
Get refined with an all-natural chocolate Martini. Combine two ounces of vodka with three ounces of Mozart chocolate cream liqueur in a shaker with ice, then shake, strain and serve. Mozart didn’t invent the Chocolate Martini, but it sure is responsible for giving you the chance to drink one with no added colors, aromas or artificial flavors.