marshalledgar
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Orange Creamsicle Cocktail

I was in the mood all day today for some orange flavored jello. But I don't know how to make it, even with a box and some "add this to this and mix" instructions. I just couldn't be bothered with that. Then I thought of Orange Julius, which would be great with vodka. Yet the more I thought about it, I thought, WHY NOT MAKE SOMETHING NEW FOR A CHANGE?!?!?!?!
@rodiziketan is a Vingler that is pretty much an expert in all things mixology. He practically makes a new drink every day. His liquor cabinet is loaded with at least 20 bottles of liquor. He also preaches, "USE FRESH SQUEEZED JUICES" whenever possible. I bring him up because he inspired me to think outside my LA BOX and try something new. You can visit his Cocktails Collection that he created by clicking here. If you like what you see, be sure to follow him, clip and like. He's a cool guy too, so be sure to say hello.

Orange Creamsicle

Ingredients
3 oz Orange Soda
1 oz Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka
1 TBSP Sweetened Condensed Milk
Whipped Cream
Sprinkles
Directions
Add ice to a low-ball style cocktail glass.
Add orange soda pop, whipped cream flavored vodka, and sweetened condensed milk
Stir gently. Do not over-stir or you will lose the carbonated bubbles
Top with whipped cream.
Garnish with sprinkles.
This is what I wanted. Still has the vodka and orange, but without the ice cream and orange juice. It's got carbonated bubbles, sprinkles and that luxe creamy texture of the condensed milk. And SWEET!
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well this is a bomb. This could easily be a lunch haha. I have never tried this, since I am not so into creamy cocktails, tho I have creamsicle on my cocktail menu with a bit of different recipe: vodka, vanilla vodka, orange juice and milk. The only think that is the same in creamsicles anywhere is that is a vodka based drink with something orange and milky. And thank you for mantioning me :) @marshalledgar
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