The Friday Tipple: Nutella Whiskey Dream

Nutella Whiskey Dream

We’ve found the new Dream Team, Boozers. Forget sports, we’re talking about a creamy liquid confection that will knock your socks off, and we’re wasting no time on flowery language or poetic musings. We call it a Nutella Whiskey Dream — but don’t pinch yourself, because it’s real and ready for imbibing.

Nutella, that lovely Italian hazelnut spread that French bébés love to slurp off their toasted baguettes before trooping off to school, has been in the news lately because of a newly-approved French tax on products that contain palm oil, thereby increasing the cost of Nutella to the French populace. Sacre bleu! Our advice to French senators: beware of renewed interest in the guillotine.

Luckily for Americans, our own senators don’t mind a bit if we want to liberally slather palm oil all over every morsel, so we feel compelled to enjoy Nutella at any moment. A hipster coffee bistro in the Good Booze ‘hood specializes in a tasty Nutella latté, so naturally we wondered how we might riff off of this in the comfort of our own home. Say hello to the Nutella Whiskey Dream, a tasty little slice of heaven on those long winter evenings by the fire watching old Jerry Lewis movies. A votre santé!

Nutella Whiskey Dream

Now this is what we call a nightcap. Drink up.

4 ounces hot milk (cow, soy, coconut, whatever you like)

1.5 ounces whiskey (we prefer the spicy goodness of Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye)

1 heaping tablespoon Nutella

Freshly whipped cream spiked with Frangelico liqueur (optional… no, really it isn’t. You need this.)

Put the Nutella in the bottom of a mug or heat-safe glass; add 1/4 cup hot milk and mix thoroughly, then add the rest of the milk and the whisky. Stir well, then top with whipped cream. Serve immediately.

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5 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. You know I’m not much of a drinker of liquor, but you may have sold me on this one!

  2. This sounds perfect.

    • We have to admit, it’s pretty tasty (and simple to make). Enjoy!

  3. Reblogged this on Obedient Ingredients and commented:
    I will need to make this. Soon.

  4. […] *recipe adapted from Good Booze […]


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