When Cadbury recently re-launched its Caramilk chocolate block, we couldn’t contain our excitement. But now, there’s something even better out there – the grown-ups only drinkable version – the Caramilk Martini.

A few weeks ago, we shared the amazing news about the existence of the Frozen Rainbow Paddle Pop Martini. The distinctive candyfloss-and-caramel flavour has been whipped up with a generous shot or two of alcohol and served as an adult slushie in a martini glass. (Read more here).

And then there was also the Golden Gaytime Frozen Martini which was pure liquid honeycomb-flavoured gold.

And now our new favourite caramel flavoured chocolate is the inspiration for a decadent alcoholic beverage and we can’t think of a more delicious way to get our Caramilk hit!

Where Can You Get It?

The genius creators of the Caramilk Martini are Platform Eighty Two, a glorious cafe in Sydney’s Concord West.

This local favourite has made a name for itself with its towering platters of decadent deliciousness. There’s the world-famous breakfast platter, packed with all kinds of brekkie treats, served on a signature high-rise tower of platters.

A few weeks ago, we also reported that Cafe Eighty Two, had launched the coolest doggycinos, served in a designer doggie bowl.

But we reckon their Caramilk Martini tops it all. The drink has a Caramilk colour, is caramel-flavoured, has a generous shot or two of spirits and is topped with Caramilk chocolate. It’s served cold in a martini glass.

Caramilk Milkshake

And the good news for the younger ones, is that the drink is also available as a non-alchoholic version, which is essentially a Caramilk milkshake – OH YEAH! Give me a long tall glass of that too please!

When the cafe shared the news of the drink on their facebook page, fans were in a frenzy, with friends tagging each other to make a date to sample the cocktail.

Make Your Own Caramilk Martini

But if you’re not near Sydney, you could always mix up your own Caramilk Martini.

All you need is Caramilk chocolate, cream, vodka, Irish Cream Liqueur and crushed ice. Check out the video below for step-by-step instructions!

Would you be keen to try out A Caramilk Cocktail? Tell us in the comments below.

More On Mouths of Mums

 

  • Looks nice but I think it’d be too sweet.

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  • It looks good. But wil be more sweet for me.

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  • Always keen to try any cocktail – this one looks really delicious. I’m keen to try to make my own, I wonder what other flavoured chocolate I could use, not sure about the Caramilk rage!

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  • Haha what else can this chocolate be used for? I’ve now seen sooo many recipes, how unlucky that I haven’t even seen a block at any supermarkets near me.

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  • ooohh loved reading through the comments… Though I’m not a martini person.

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  • Since I don’t drink alcohol I might make mine a Caramilk milkshake. Cheers to all


    • I can see people using caramel sweetened condensed milk added to ordinary milk for this.

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  • oh my goodness, so yummy!

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  • I’m not crazy about the chocolate on its own but in the martini with the other ingredients it sounds quite lovely.

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  • That sounds Yum

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  • Or a Caramilk milkshake would be nice!

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  • Sounds divine! Hubby told me about this one- I asked him when is he making it for me!

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  • Wow, people are going crazy for Caramilk. Me, happy with a couple of rows but that’s about it.

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  • No thanks

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  • A great treat im sure but I’d rather melt a row in my hot chocolate haha


    • This sounds like a delicious and delightful idea too! :)

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  • This just makes me think of diabetes

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