Confessions of A Mixologist: Brandy Alexander
We're digging up an old classic. The Brandy Alexander is sweet as a candy bar and is full of nutmeg, eggnog and cinnamon flavors. Bartender Brittney describes the flavors as the bottom of an ice cream tub - and we couldn't agree more. Speaking of ice cream, if you're looking to shake things up, try blending all of the ingredients with two scoops of vanilla ice cream for one delicious treat.
Shake and strain in a Coupe. Garnish with nutmeg.
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