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What alcohol mixes well with Sprite?

What alcohol mixes well with Sprite?

Some other great drinks that work well with Sprite are Gin and Sprite, Rum and Sprite, and Vodka and Sprite. This cocktail goes especially well with spicy and flavorful foods.

What tastes good with peppermint?

Hot chocolate (duh), oatmeal, cheerios/cornflakes/other neutral breakfast cereal, ice cream, chicken, pasta, any other form of chocolate, milk, rice, cottage cheese, yogurt, watermelon, mashed potatoes, nuts, coffee, matzoh, eggnog, venison, reindeer meat, cinnamon, pancakes/waffles, whipped cream, marshmallows.

What Soda Goes good with peppermint vodka?

What kind of soda is good with peppermint vodka? I would go with a classic cola, like Coca-Cola or Pepsi.

What kind of alcohol is in Rumplemintz?

The Rumple Minze peppermint liqueur has a strong candy-cane taste, and it has a high alcohol content at 50% alcohol by volume, compared to the 40% of most liqueurs. IT is commonly served chilled, straight up, or it can also be mixed too form various cocktails.

What fruit flavor goes with peppermint?

Mint complements most fruits year-round with its sweet, cooling flavor and peppermint aroma….Pair with:

  • Berries.
  • Figs and dates.
  • Oranges and limes.
  • Summer melons.
  • Stone fruits (cherries, apricots, plums, etc.)
  • Tree fruits (apples, pears, etc.)

Can you put milk in peppermint tea?

You may drink some herbal teas with milk as well. Rooibos, chamomile and even peppermint may all be served with milk. Peppermint tea may taste delicious with almond or coconut milk, while rooibos can be served with almost any type of dairy or dairy free milk.

Should Rumplemintz be chilled?

It is commonly served chilled, straight up (in some cases as a digestif) or it can also be mixed to form various cocktails. Rumple Minze was rated a 95 (out of a possible 100) by the Beverage Tasting Institute.

How strong is Rumplemintz?

What kind of booze is Rumplemintz?

Rumple Minze is a German- style liqueur brand, best known for their peppermint schnapps. The brand is owned by the alcoholic beverage holding company Diageo, based in London.