Sugar n’ Spice White Russian

When throwing our annual Holiday party, the Mr. only has one request.  White Russians.  Or rather a Caucasian as he and all his cronies (I’m talking to you Gaines) call it because they’re obsessed with The Big Lebowski.  But when I received a little package from Smirnoff containing their newest gem, Cinna-Sugar Twist Vodka, I decided to kick the standard up a notch and created a Sugar n’ Spice White Russian.  A combination of sugary spice and cinnamon which reminds me of all things wintery and warm.

Though our Sugar n’ Spice White Russian is sure to be a hit with the ladies it might be a tad on the sweet side for the gents.  My suggestion is to set up a White Russian DIY Station.  Display the necessary ingredients on the bar (or even on a side table close to the bar) and let your guest decide how sweet they want their Russian.  Cheers Loves!  truly, MKR 

DIY White Russian Station:
  • Vodka
  • Cinnamon & Sugar Smirnoff Vodka
  • Kahlua
  • 1/2 and 1/2
  • Ice
  • Cinnamon Sticks or Cinnamon Spice
  • Spoons or Stir Sticks
  • Straws
  • Rocks Glasses (I used our Dwell Studio malachite ones above)
Sugar n' Spice White Russian
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  1. 1 oz. Smirnoff Cinna-Sugar Twist
  2. .5 oz. Kahlua or any coffee flavored liqueur
  3. .5 oz Half and Half
  4. Cinnamon Sticks or Cinnamon Spice to garnish
  1. Add Vodka, Kahlua, and Half and Half in ice filled shaker.
  2. Shake, shake, shake.
  3. Pour over ice, garnish with cinnamon and enjoy.
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This post was sponsored by Smirnoff, however my recipe creation & love of a holiday libation is all my own.

19 thoughts on “Sugar n’ Spice White Russian

  1. Hi! This recipe looks delish, my only question is, can you use milk instead of half and half? Just trying to be calorie conscious. Thanks!

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