Non Traditional Mardi Gras Cocktails Recipes

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Mardi Gras is a time for revelry.  When people mention cocktails in connection with Mardi Gras, people usually think about hurricanes and hand grenades.  With the introduction of Pinnacle’s new King Cake vodka flavor, we now have new choices.  Check out these two tasty Mardi Gras cocktails recipes that are sure to become a tradition.  These pair perfectly with the Slow Cooker recipes for Mardi Gras.

 Pinnacle® Coffee King  (538 x 600)

Pinnacle® Coffee King

  • 1 part Pinnacle® King Cake
  • 1 part Kamora Coffee Liquer
  • 2 parts Cream

Shake all ingredients with ice. Pour into double Old Fashioned glass.

Pinnacle® Apple Float-2

Pinnacle® Apple Float

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Apple Float Cocktail
Recipe type: Cocktail
Prep time: 
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Serves: 1
 
A wonderfully delicious spiked apple cider.
Ingredients
  • 1 part Pinnacle® King Cake Vodka
  • 3 parts Apple Cider
  • Cinnamon Sticks
Instructions
  1. Build over ice in a tall glass. Garnish with cinnamon sticks.

Will you be checking out these cocktails for your Mardi Gras celebrations?

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Comments

  1. Jeanine says

    I was hoping to find the King’s Cake to try it out but I guess it’s more of a local thing or else it was only during Mardi Gras because I didn’t find it. I love the sound of thee recipes though. I’ll try again when I get to the liquor store.

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