If you love ice cream in your soda and also have a fondness for whiskey, you will love this whiskey root beer float. Created by Fork to Belly, the boozy recipe is fairly simple to make.
Food blogger Courtney used Japanese whiskey, but you can use two shots of the whiskey of your choice. The whiskey root beer float calls for chilled root beer and scooped vanilla bean ice cream as well. Courtney poured the root beer first, added the alcohol and then scooped ice cream into the bubbly concoction.
This frothy beverage is a great drink to celebrate with, especially if you have a sweet tooth. The playful libation is an adult twist on a classic dessert you probably haven't had in a while.
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- By: Alyson WyersMar 20, 2015