Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle

£30.00
Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle
Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle
Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle
Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle
Gypsy Tart White Russian Bottled Pre-Mixed ready to drink White Russian Cocktail In A Bottle

A Kentish dessert in a bottle made in the style of a White Russian.

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    This is a fresh product with a limited shelf life and must be refrigerated and consumed following bottle instructions. 

    Gypsy Tart is a Kentish thing, if you went to school in Kent Gypsy tart would always be on the school dinner menu and I love it! It's a very sickly sweet dessert made with evaporated milk and Muscovado sugar. Every time I see a Gypsy Tart in a bakers window I have to hold myself back from buying one. In drink form I've toned down the sweetness, and made it a White Russian, exchanging cream for evap and oat milk, and blending Demerara rum with the vodka to bring out the richness backed up with espresso. It's an delectable, indulgent cocktail and to be drank as an alternative to whiskey cream based cocktails, though this shakes well and is not as thick, so you can drink a larger glass.

    How to make: Either pour over ice and grate dark chocolate over the top or shake with ice to loosen it up a bit and to get a creamy froth, then grate your chocolate.

    Shelf Life: 7 days so specify your delivery date if a gift for a certain period.

    ABV: 16.5% | 750ML | Serves 5-7 Drinks | Refrigerate

    Base Alcohol Type: Vodka
    Drink Style: Contemporary Craft
    Flavour: Coffee
    Weight: 0.125kg
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    Kent born and bred

    I was intrigued by this as soon as I saw Karl’s description. Having grown up in Kent, I well remember Gypsy tart (always with an apple to clean your teeth - how funny the 70s were!) at school dinners. Anyway, this did not disappoint. Not as sweet as I feared it might be. Definitely a good alternative to Baileys

    Jay Tucker | | September 2021