Monk's Milk (aka new and improved version of Mock Bailey's)

They haven't been heard from in ages, but I've been assured that they are still hard at work in the wine cellar, scriptorium and the laboratory (say: la BOOOR a tory in a deep voice ;-).

From the later comes a refined beverage based on the Mock Bailey's Irish Crème posted annually since the beginning of Sheep Thrills.

Monk's Milk (aka new and improved version of Mock Bailey's)

1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 quart of non-dairy creamer (or dairy sub of your choice, the thicker the better)
1 tablespoon instant coffee granules dissolved in:
1/3 cup hot water (more or less)
1 cup cheapest of cheap blended whiskey (or better, if that's what floats your boat)
1 cup rum (any color)

Blend, shake or whisk together for at least three minutes. Serve very cold when freshly made. After the flavors mellow, serving at room temp is nice too.

Denise, Monk Liaison


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