Recipe: Anna and Elsa inspired drinks

Have you heard of Cocktails by Cody?  If not, you should probably go check out his facebook now.  He’s invented a ton of Disney inspired cocktails, and has a lot of them up on his facebook page.  He’s also working on a book with all of his recipes, including the exact measurements (which are missing from his facebook page, so you have to do a little bit of a experimenting and guessing).  I can’t wait until that e-book comes out as I’ll definitely be getting it, but until then the drinks that are available are a lot of fun to try and make!

For my Frozen themed birthday party I decided to try serving the two Frozen inspired drinks.  The first one is called Coldfront, and it is themed after Elsa.

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Coldfront consists of white chocolate liqueur, peppermint schnapps, Malibu rum, and milk.  It’s a pretty unique combination – I wouldn’t think I’d enjoy milk in a cocktail, and Malibu rum really makes me think of summer and tropical drinks.  But everything worked together really well.  I think this was the favorite out of the two drinks.  It was surprisingly sweet as well as sharp thanks to the peppermint.  Very refreshing!

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And then there’s Anna’s drink, the Warmfront:

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This one was basically a sweet whiskey drink.  I’m not a huge whiskey fan, but this was still enjoyable.  A lot of the party guests felt it was a little too sweet – and that may have been because of our proportions of ingredients.  I’m thinking a little less amaretto next time so it doesn’t overpower the whiskey completely.  We served it cold but I bet it would be pretty good served warm too!

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When we served them at the party we printed the cute graphics that Cody has for each cocktail so people would know what was in them – plus it added some good decoration for the Frozen theme!

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Check out Cocktails by Cody’s facebook page – which ones are you most interested in trying?

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