1. Jolly Christmas ChoclatiniI admit, I’m no good at Mixology. I have to chat to a chef friend miles away to consult what’s the easiest and no-brainer way to come up with an alcoholic drink out of Jolly Chocolate Milk.
5 oz Jolly Chocolate Milk.
1 oz Vodka
In a shaker, put in a handful of ice cubes;
Add 5 oz Jolly Chocolate Milk and 1 oz Vodka;
Shake it ‘till tiny sweats come out of the shaker wall then pour it in your martini glass.
If you ask me what Vodka brand exactly? Your preference actually. That’s it! Enjoy!
2. Jolly Lychee SangriaChristmas is about tradition and celebration. What better way to celebrate it than sharing good drinks and happy time with family and friends. For most Filipino ladies, sharing hard drink is a no, no. So this one's a good and easy-going alternative to toast up the season.
When we have wine left overs sitting in our fridge after parties, this one's a good way too to make use of those stale wines rather than throw them away. Make sangria.
Jolly shared to me a loadful of goodies and there was Lychee in syrup on the stack. so I'm making Jolly Lychee Sangria.
1 can ginger ale
1 can sprite
1 can Jolly Lychees in syrup
1 bottle of Sauvignon Blanc
Slice the oranges and lemons crosswise;
Put the sliced oranges and lemons all together in a pitcher or in a punch bowl;
Drain Lychees in can and save half of its syrup;
Add the drained lychees except for the syrup;
Add in the white wine;
Add moderately all the other ingredients tasting it to your preference of wine kick along the way.
Enjoy your Jolly Lychee Sangria!