Whiskey Paralyzer

Whiskey Paralyzer

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ambibambi 78

"My husband's co-worker made us these drinks one night, it is a variation of a paralyzer. They go down much smoother too, so you will not be feeling your legs after a few of these!"

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  1. Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour in the Canadian whiskey, coffee liqueur and root beer. Slowly pour in the milk so it does not curdle. Stir gently and enjoy immediately.
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Sarah Jo
9/15/2008

I made this last night after a long. hard. day. Tasty. Very, very tasty. On my second, I doubled the Crown, just to make it stronger. I like my glasses to get drunk before I do. Thanks, ambibambi. You made my night better. I forgot about my troubles, that's for sure.

ONIOND
4/18/2014

Went down very, very smooth! I thought it was like drinking chocolate milk with a shot of root beer, which sounds weird but is very good. I measured everything exactly, my only sub was to use a different whiskey (cheap Kentucky bourbon), which is what I enjoy in my usual cocktail of choice. Loved it, thanks for a great recipe! Update: made again, this time with Kraken. Wow. Even my boyfriend said 'Interesting,' and not, 'Ew' like every other cocktail.

Duckball
7/13/2008

I love root beer, milk, Kahlua... But the combination was a bit much for me. I don't regret trying it, but next time I'll use a little less whiskey or perhaps try rum instead since rum is more palatable to me. Overall, a fun drink that's a nice change. Thanks for sharing, Ambibambi!