7 Boozy Drinks That You Can Make Using Stuff in Your Pantry - Skywhip Australia

7 Boozy Drinks That You Can Make Using Stuff in Your Pantry

Whipped Coffee

Is Dalgona coffee (aka the original whipped drink) really as good as everyone says? No—it’s even better, according to one of our Test Kitchen staffers, who made it herself. She raves that the drink, which is made with instant coffee, is bold and strong like espresso yet creamy and frothy like a latte.




Whipped Strawberry Milk
Move over, Starbucks—there’s a new pink drink in town. Made by whipping one tablespoon of Strawberry Nesquik with four tablespoons of heavy cream, whipped strawberry milk not only looks beautiful but it also tastes like the strawberry milk of your childhood. Cue all the nostalgia.


Whipped Matcha
Matcha tea is great. Whipped matcha tea is even better. The frothy green latte looks fussy but is as simple as Dalgona coffee to make. Simply combine a tablespoon matcha powder with a tablespoon each of hot water and sugar. Then whisk together until foamy and serve over chilled milk. Yum. Psst! Make a vegan version by using dairy-free milk.




Whipped Avocado
Avocados aren’t just for toast and guacamole—the trendy fruit can also be whipped into a delicious drink topping. Blend together avocado and water, then top your gorgeous green concoction with the viral Dalgona coffee foam. Sounds weird, yes, but don’t knock it ’til you try it.




Whipped Chai
What’s a little bit spicy, a little bit sweet and a lot Instagram-worthy? A whipped chai, which simply swaps instant coffee for chai tea concentrate or powder. You can use any tea that’s leftover to make one of these yummy chai recipes, from cupcakes to breads.




Huber's Iced Spanish Coffee
This warming coffee cocktail is spiked with Kahlua and rum before being topped with fresh whipped cream. This coffee cocktail is spiked with Kahlua and rum.




Dominicana
Boccato makes it with Caffé Lolita coffee liqueur. This White Russian variation uses rum instead of vodka. Plus, the cream is whipped instead of stirred into the cocktail.




Grappatini
eA dollop of whipped cream softens grappa's bite in this citrusy cocktail from Pazo, a Mediterranean lounge and restaurant in a historic 1880s boiler works.