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Luscious Liqueurs from Godiva

So this must be how movie stars feel, I thought as I sat in a chair at Drybar having my hair blown dry into shiny silkiness while white-clad waiters brought me delectable treats and I sipped on a refreshing custom-created adult beverage.

I was at a press event for Godiva Liqueurs and all aspects of it were living up to the glamour associated with the Godiva name. Just think about the dreamy yummyness of a Godiva chocolate, turn that into a creamy liquid and add your favorite flavors. Now you’ve got Godiva Caramel Liqueur, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, Godiva Mocha Liqueur and Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur. And the drinks you can make? Limited only by the imagination of the mixologist, who that particular evening was the beautiful Revae Schneider.

Even the bottles of Godiva Liqueurs are beautiful

Faced with a choice of several enticing cocktails created by Revae that evening, I chose the one made with my favorite liquor – gin. The Aromatic Allure was creamy, refreshing and truly befitting the celebrity I was pretending I was.

Vodka lovers will also want to check out the Godiva Chocolate Infused Vodka and the Chocolate Raspberry Infused Vodka, a combination of two of my favorite flavors.

Get a bottle of Godiva Vodka or Liqueur to experiment yourself at home, creating special drinks for your friends. Or grab a bottle the next time you need a hostess gift. You’re guaranteed to be invited back.

The Aromatic Allure

 Ingredients:

1/3 ounce Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur

1 ounce gin

2/3 ounce Saffron Vanilla Syrup

2/3 ounce fresh lemon juice

2 droppers Cherry Bark Vanilla Bitters

Preparation:

Combine Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur, gin, saffron vanilla syrup, fresh lemon juice and cherry bark vanilla bitters into a mixing glass and stir. Strain contents into a coupe glass.

Godiva Liqueurs are available for $29.99 per 750 ml. For more information visit www.drinkgodiva.com

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This entry was published on April 25, 2012 at 6:08 pm. It’s filed under Product Reviews/Gift Guide and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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