Simply change up the way you serve a White Russian and you've got a Ghost in the Graveyard. It's a fantastic dessert cocktail with vodka, coffee liqueur and vanilla ice cream. via (alcohol drink recipes)
Something sweet for winter blues. White Russian (Munich Style): ounces vodka ounces Kahlua 3 ounces heavy whipping cream or milk Place ice in a rocks glass. Pour the vodka, Kahlua and cream into the glass. Do not stir, should look 'swirly'.
How to Make Espresso Vodka. Coffee lovers will find this sweet and coffee laden liqueur a delight. Espresso vodka can be used to make White Russians, drunk on the rocks, added to coffee or drizzled on dessert, such as ice cream.
How to Make Russian Plombir Ice Cream. Plombir Ice cream is a creamy white ice cream which is said to have originated from the French "Plombiere", although Russian Plombir has little in common with Plombiere. Whisk the yolk with the sugar.
The Dude Abides. 1 oz Cathead Pecan Vodka, oz Averna cream, oz Luxardo espresso liqueur, and a splash of cream. Shake hard and strain into a large old fashioned glass with a few fresh cubes of ice. Top with freshly grated cinnamon and nutmeg.