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Advocaat and Rompope


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I was just wondering would it be possible to make any good cocktails out of Advocaat or Rompope. It seems a little to thick for most things. But could you use it as a substitute for a few ingredients in a drink?

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I don't know the name of the drink but I know a guy from Holland who makes a drink layering Advocaat, creme de cocoa and a coffee liquer (not Kahula) topped with cream in a tall, narrow, straight sided glass.

He says the name translates as "tiger stripes" or something like that.

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I don't know the name of the drink but I know a guy from Holland who makes a drink layering Advocaat, creme de cocoa and a coffee liquer (not Kahula) topped with cream in a tall, narrow, straight sided glass.

He says the name translates as "tiger stripes" or something like that.

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