Here is a recipe for my favorite alcoholic drink...A White Newfie!
What is a White Newfie you may ask (excluding my fadder in a pair of shorts)? Basically it's a White Russian with a switch-a-roo on the vodka for dark rum....and the famous Newfoundland Screech at that.
I've always enjoyed a couple White Russians as a way to coat my stomach before moving on to a few beer, and somewhere along the way I lost my likeness for vodka (that's another story). Then a good friend of mine returned from a summer in Wasbush, Labrador with a drink called a "Sneaky Pete" It too was like a White Russian with whiskey (e.g. Golden Wedding) used instead of vodka. I really enjoyed Sneaky Pete's, but always felt they could be a little better. Then it hit me...dark rum. The rich flavour of the dark rum is a natural pairing for the chocolate-coffee goodness of the Kahlua, and too me, would go better with milk than whiskey. While any dark rum will do, such a Myers, Goslings or Bacardi, to be a true "White Nefwie" it has to be screech. For the milk it's best to leave the low and no fat stuff in the fridge and use at least a 2% milk, but whole would be even more decadent.
Here's is how I put it together, it's really quite simple.
In a tall glass, add a handful of crushed ice or ice cubes.
Add 1 large shot of Kahlua
Add 1 large shot of Screech rum
Top up with Milk, and stir.
Alternatively, the Kahlua, Screech and Milk may be added to a bar shaker and poured over the ice.
This drink really does taste like a milkshake, and you probably drink the first one in 30 seconds. They are that good!
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