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April 10, 2014 / mintcustard

Rabbit’s milk and a white chocolate bunny. Easter Cocktails from Aldi.

I am not averse to an alcoholic  beverage, I adore chocolate. For some reason however Easter and cocktails doesn’t or didn’t seem an obvious connection. I have to say I am now converted. Thanks to a beautiful hamper of Easter treats and chocolates sent for me to try by Aldi. Aldi’s core philosophy is to offer high quality, brand like products at low everyday prices.

Easter cocktail hamper.

Easter cocktail hamper.

Choc full, pin intended, of both delicious chocolates and drinks I really didn’t know where to start. The student had returned from University so she helped me decide on the “Rabbit’s milk” cocktail which was designed to pair with the white chocolate bunny.  I’m not a rum drinker usually but I did enjoy the almost milkshake quality of this drink. The rum didn’t overpower the chocolate rather it cut through the richness. I’m still unsure when eating chocolate animals whether decapitation is kindest or should you nibble them feet first?

Rabbit's milk ingredients!

Rabbit’s milk ingredients!

Rabbit’s Milk Cocktail.

30 ml Old Hopking Dark rum

30 ml Cocobay White Rum and Coconut

100 ml cold full cream milk

50 ml double cream


grated white chocolate and cocoa powder to garnish.

How to.

  •  Place all the ingredients (except the white choc and cocoa) into a cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a tall glass.
  • Garnish with grated chocolate and a dusting of cocoa powder.
  • Drink whilst nibbling on a Choceur white chocolate bunny (99p)!
Rabbit's milk cocktail.

Rabbit’s milk cocktail.

I was sent a number of products to try by Aldi, I was not paid for this post and was not obliged to write a review positive or negative of these products.



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