This restaurant Chocolate Liqueur Recipe is "dessert in a glass." Any occasion will be special when you serve this beverage.
A number of the restaurant guests like this so much they nominated it as a favorite restaurant drink recipe.
In America, this Chocolate Covered Cherry cocktail "qualifies" as a "cordial."
The terms “Cordial” and “liqueur” (USA) often mean the same thing. Many people use the term “cordial” for dessert-like liqueurs that are sweet and flavored with cream, chocolate and similar products. A sweet cordial such as this recipe is most often enjoyed after dinner.
I recommend serving this Chocolate Covered Cherry in a champagne flute or martini glass.
Why is this restaurant drink recipe called a "Chocolate Covered Cherry?" Read the recipe and pay attention to the usual garnishes. :-)
Preparation time: 5 minutes. Serves 2.
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If you entertain guests and serve alcoholic beverages I really recommend you visit the article on beverage service at home.
Enjoy your Chocolate Covered Cherry drink and the company of those you share it with! - Donna
Did you know? Liqueur chocolates probably originated in France and gradually became popular in America.
Cordial candies are made with with other fruits, but cherries are the most popular.