Make this Caramel White Russian Cocktail Recipe with just a few ingredients like delicious Salted Caramel Vodka and Kahlua.
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So as the fall and winter roll in, sit next to the fire and enjoy a delicious Salted Caramel White Russian or two. You deserve to pamper yourself and your loved one with these elegant beverages. Loaded with that creamy caramel flavor and spiked with the vodka, a Caramel White Russian is a welcome indulgence.
A typical white Russian cocktail is derived from a black Russian, the only difference is that milk or cream is added. But of course, we took it a step further today by using caramel vodka and coarse sea salt. It makes a rich classy beverage that is best enjoyed when you know you deserve a treat.
How to Make a White Russian Cocktail Recipe with Salted Caramel Vodka
Start your Caramel White Russian by adding 3/4 cup of ice in a cocktail glass. Add a little caramel sauce over the ice and also around the rim. The way I see it if you are going to enjoy this guilty little pleasure, you might just go for the gusto with the extra caramel flavor.
Use a cocktail shaker and add the vodka, Kahlua, and cream and cover and shake well to combine. Pour over the caramel-covered ice and garnish with extra caramel sauce and a pinch of sea salt. The additional caramel and sea salt will make this one of the Best Caramel White Russians ever.
But you don’t have to wait till temperatures cool to mix a couple of these White Russian Cocktails with Salted Caramel Vodka. Even when the weather is warmer these delicious cocktails are a welcome change of pace.
If you enjoyed this Caramel White Russian then try these:
White Russian Cocktail Recipe
- Add 3/4 cup of ice to a cocktail glass
- Swirl caramel sauce around the inside of a cocktail glass also rim the glass with caramel
- Using a shaker, add salted caramel vodka, Kahlua, and milk or cream. Shake gently to combine
- Pour over ice. Garnish with extra caramel sauce and a pinch of sea salt
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