Liquefied Ghost Cocktail Recipe
This ghostly white drink tastes like a grown-up version of a milkshake with a kick. Mix vanilla simple syrup, cream, vodka and soda together, then serve in a martini glass.
By: Janelle Maiocco
2 oz. vodka
1 oz. vanilla simple syrup
1 oz. cream
2 oz. soda
Mix vanilla simple syrup, cream, vodka and soda together in a cocktail shaker, then serve in a chilled martini glass.
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