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Baileys Hot Mocha

Baileys Hot Mocha

Try this wonderful recipe from Christina Tosi of Milk Bar

“I do not mess around with my hot chocolate. As a pastry chef, it’s practically required to have a killer hot chocolate recipe at the ready when the cold months come knocking (mine is my European ganache-like roots meets my American Swiss Miss memories).

But after all, my point of view on food is the voice of Milk Bar and nothing that we do is ordinary. So I like to turn up the volume on a great base hot chocolate by spiking it with some rich and creamy Baileys Irish Cream and make things even more interesting with either coffee kick or a punch of peppermint!” — Christina Tosi, chef/founder/owner of Milk Bar

Recipe created by Christina Tosi for Baileys Original Irish Cream

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 Cup whole milk
  • 1/2 Cup cocoa powder, preferably Dutch processed with alkali
  • 1/2 Cup granulated sugar
  • 4 Ounces dark chocolate
  • 2 Tablespoons instant coffee powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 Cup Irish cream, such as Baileys Original Irish Cream

Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


Rumplesnuggler

Après-ski, which literally translates to “after-ski,” is a time-honored tradition, as essential to skiing as dodging moguls on a double black diamond run. At ski resorts around the world, powder hounds, ski bums and park rats can be found socializing and celebrating their success on the mountain with a round or two in classic après fashion.

This late-afternoon activity is so popular that many snow bunnies skip the lifts altogether and simply appear for the après part of the day, creating a winter drinking culture unto itself. One popular place to ski and drink: Lake Tahoe.

“The après scene in Tahoe is different all around the lake,” says Grace Rainwater, a bartender at Caliente in Lake Tahoe’s Kings Beach in California. The North Shore, where Rainwater bartends, is known for having a more local, less corporate feel. “As a local, coming down off the mountain has a mellow feel to the day, compared to summer when the sun stays out later and people are usually more in a party mode.”

Nothing can compare to a warm, boozy cocktail to reheat your frozen bones après-ski. The Rumplesnuggler is made with hot chocolate, Baileys and Rumple Minze peppermint schnapps, plus whipped cream on top, if you want it. “It tastes like winter in your mouth,” says Rainwater. “And it definitely screams Lake Tahoe. Rumple Minze is one of the top sellers in the area, as is Baileys for coffee in the morning.”

You don’t have to ski to enjoy the Rumplesnuggler. Maybe you’ve been shoveling snow for the past hour. Or maybe you’ve spent all day lying on the couch under a cozy blanket. It tastes great no matter your level of activity, so break out this fun drink any time your body requires the warming influence of minty, creamy, spiked hot chocolate.


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