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Alco-Shakes

Delicious shakes with added booze.
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During a drinking binge in Cambridge, I discovered that McDonalds milkshakes taste bloody great with vodka in them. Never before have I seen an alcoholic shake (no pun intended) anywhere. This would be a surefire winner at cocktail bars and clubs. The only worry is that some kind of dangerous chemical reaction takes place within the beverage, which could explain why this market remains unexplored.
brewmaster, Mar 22 2002

on this site. http://www.halfbake..._20Chocolate_20Milk
[sappho, Mar 22 2002]

rum milk punch http://www.cocktail.../rummilkpunch.shtml
you don't need to follow the recipe to the letter - if you want it more creamy/milky, put more in. It's hardly going to be very alcoholic though. [sappho, Mar 22 2002]

The finest of alco-shakes http://www.in-the-s..._cocktail.php?id=50
[coprocephalous, Jul 21 2009]

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       Pina Colada sounds like a milky alcoholic beverage - how does that not fit into 'this market remains unexplored'? White Russians too? It's a milkshake with Kahlua. That looks baked to me.
sappho, Mar 22 2002
  

       A Pina Colada is hardly a thick, creamy shake. White Russians though milky, are not milkshakes either.
brewmaster, Mar 22 2002
  

       i wonder if this is baked in the moscow branch of the evil arches ? has anyone been reduced to eating there ??
mymus, Mar 22 2002
  

       So you want a milkshake with alcohol in it? On you go, then. Just remember: you discovered this "while on a drinking binge" which suggests that you may have been, y'know, steamboats. Alcohol can make a sweaty kebab look and taste delicious, so be careful.   

       The first (and last) cocktail I ever invented was made of Coca-Cola, vodka and banana juice. I thought it was great, until I made it a second time, whereupon it tasted of bile.
calum, Mar 22 2002
  

       I invented one called the "Jim Jones" after the Guyana Massacre. Some Creme de Noyaux (Almond - like Cyanide somewhat tastes), some 7up or Milk and you were drinking a Jim Jones. A friend of mine (who has since gone on to better things {though he lost 300 million dollars last year}) - would go to bars and order "Jim Jones" in order to befuddle the bartender, yet in high hopes we would lay claim to the mockery.
thumbwax, Mar 22 2002
  

       Milk and alcohol tend to end up nasty when mixed (though some people seem to like it). Ever tried a Cement Mixer or a Brain Damage?
mcscotland, Mar 22 2002
  

       Kahlua Mudslide.
waugsqueke, Mar 22 2002
  

       No one else has made beer milkshakes? Or beer floats? They foam a lot, but well worth the effort. Best with a cream ale.
rbl, Mar 22 2002
  

       My brother drinks Malibu and milk; no reason one shouldn't use milk-shake instead. My sister drinks Witches Brew (milk and Coke); no reason one shouldn't add vodka.
angel, Mar 22 2002
  

       //beer milkshakes

((({{shudder}})))
mcscotland, Mar 22 2002
  

       1 cup chocolate ice cream

1/4 cup Dr. Pepper

1 - 2 shots vodka

whip, enjoy, repeat
quarterbaker, Mar 22 2002
  

       don't knock it till you've tried it mcscotland. not much of a stretch from the classic rootbeer float.
rbl, Mar 22 2002
  

       Fair enough then, I'll give it a go rbl.
mcscotland, Mar 22 2002
  

       Baked. For a long time before 1991, I'm sure, but in that year, I saw a recipe in GQ magazine for a Chocolate Chambord Demi-Glace, which called for Creme de Cacao and Chambord to be blended with vanilla Haagen-Dazs, poured, then topped with chocolate sauce. Sounds like a alcoholic milkshake to me.
Guncrazy, Mar 22 2002
  

       I've made alcoholic milkshakes...a half gallon of coffee ice cream, some milk, most of a bottle of Kaluha and most of a bottle of vodka.   

       <Didn't intend it to be quite that large...kept getting too much booze and had to add icecream, then too much icecream and had to add booze...>
StarChaser, Mar 23 2002
  

       Star, you sound as if you are starting a cottage industry there, ;) What do you think QB's would be like with pepsi instead of the Dr Pepper?
po, Mar 23 2002
  

       Sorry rbl. That was rotten.
mcscotland, Mar 23 2002
  

       kahlua, amaretto, creme de cacao and vanilla ice cream. Blend until smooth. Best served on Friday/Saturday nights with "Say Anything" or "Bridget Jones's Diary." Makes only enough for 1, no matter what quantities of ingredients you use.
bookworm, Mar 24 2002
  

       Bailey's Irish Cream. Whisk to taste.
dare99, Mar 24 2002
  

       yuk
po, Mar 24 2002
  

       A word of advice - these milkshake cocktails are all very well, but never, on any account, try Southern Comfort and milk. The milk curdles. It is bad. Very, very bad. Bleurgh.
salachair, Mar 25 2002
  

       Some mornings I wake up and think "hmm...I want to get a little drunk, and I want the runs." Thanks for helping me!
Diatonic, Jul 21 2009
  

       Brandy Alexander. Shaken, but baked.
coprocephalous, Jul 21 2009
  
      
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