Can you suggest what to mix with cola flavoured with a twist of almond to make a cocktail drink?!

Question: Can you suggest what to mix with cola flavoured with a twist of almond to make a cocktail drink!?
i have this almond flavoured cola so thought i would make a cocktail but i dont know what to put in it!.!. i thought amaretto but i guess as it already has almond in it, i could just have mixed coke with amaretto to the same effect!. um, any ideas!? thanks use most anything you want!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

i find that for optimal tasty based treats of the cocktail flavoringness, please to be using milk for coca cola fusion, make much tastiness om nom nom!. arigato tasty cakes!Www@FoodAQ@Com

In a short glass filled with ice:

I would squeeze about half a lime (if you get plenty of juice out of it),
Add a shot (25 ml) of Jack Daniels,
perhaps throw half a shot of amaretto in there as well to enhance the almond flavour (although this might defeat the object)!.

Then top up with the coke and stir it well over the ice!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

you might like to try an orange based liqueur with that (orange and almond is always good!) so maybe some Grand Marnier!?

You could also try to find a really sweet, strawberry flavoured liqueur, because the almond is going to make it taste a bit like marzipan, so you could play that up!.

good luck, and happy drinking!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Southern Comfort- it goes well with amaretto so would be lovely with almond soda!. Yum!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Jack Daniels - it will taste like Dr Pepper if the cola is almond-y enoughWww@FoodAQ@Com

half shot light bacardi, half malibuWww@FoodAQ@Com

Dr Pepper cocktail, I don't know if it would work but u could try it!. I think its a lovely cocktail!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Simple VodkaWww@FoodAQ@Com


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