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Smith and Wesson Cocktail

Without a doubt this is my favorite alcoholic beverage. The amounts are a little hard to nail down. I just eyeball it when I make it and it always turns out great.

Pay attention to the instructions and the pouring order. The reason for this is that if you were to add the soda at the very end, it foams up the milk/cream and leaves a nasty residue all over your glass. You want to pour the soda over the ice, let it settle then gently add the remaining ingredients. The result is a smooth, bubble free cocktail that tastes amazing.


Smith and Wesson Cocktail
Makes 1-2 servings


  • 1 part Coffee liqueur
  • 1 part Vodka
  • 1 part Cream or milk
  • 1/2 up to 1 can Cola or Pepsi (I used diet and it tasted awesome)


1. Fill a tall glass with Ice and add Cola. Let the drink settle until the bubbles are gone, then gently pour in Coffee Liqueur, Cream, and Vodka. Stir to combine and enjoy.

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  1. Well I hope you know, I made these tonight. Drinking one right now as a matter of fact! DEEE LISH! Just like the Big Lebowski but with Pepsi. They are really tasty. I love how you post cocktail recipes!
    P.S. I bope you don't mind I added your LINK to my Blog for Favorite Blog Sites I follow!
    I'm making those sliders on Sunday by the way!

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  2. I'm so glad to hear you liked it Sally Darling. Sometimes I skimp on the alcohol in them, just using a touch, and they still taste great.

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