Stirred Drinks

Here you will find all drinks that require stirring. All of which have been created by Celinka Serre. Recipes are in order of most recent.


Amaremilk (a Vegan and Dairy-Free Alcohol-Cream alternative)

Hot Cococo & Hot Cocoto (a Hot Cocoa Dairy-Free Alternative)

The Wild Canadian (a Maple Syrup drink)



– 2 Ice Cubes

-1/1.5 oz Amaretto (Disaronno)

-Fill Almond Milk (unsweetened)

This is a good alternative to any type of Cream-Alcohol Drink, for anyone who is allergic to Dairy or Vegan.

In a short glass, place the ice cubes. Pour in the Amaretto, and then fill with the unsweetened Almond Milk. Stir gently with a spoon.

This drink has a sweet, balanced and silky taste.



– Full Fat Coconut Milk

-Boiling Water

-Carob Powder (2 to 3 tsp)

-1 oz Frangelico OR Amaretto

-Sugar (optional)

Fill your mug to the half with the Coconut Milk. Then fill the rest with boiling water, but leave a good margin at the top. Add in the Carob powder. Mix well, crushing the carob powder bubbles. Then add in the Frangelico or Amaretto. If using Frangelico, you might need to add a bit of sugar; Amaretto usually makes the mixture sweet enough.

20180201_231448CococoThis drink is ideal for anyone who doesn’t consume dairy, whether be it for allergy reasons or vegan reasons, and anyone who doesn’t consume chocolate/caffeine, although this drink could be made with cocoa powder if desired.



– 1 1/4 oz Sortilège (Canadian Whiskey Maple Syrup Liquor)

– Fill with Canada Dry Soda Water

– 1/2 oz (more or less) Real Canadian Maple Syrup

Originally, the Wild Canadian had no name and was created during the Springtime, basically, during Maple Syrup time. Since it was very much a Maple Syrup drink, it was then named The Wild Canadian and thus I decided it would be released on Canada Day.

In a short glass, place some ice. Pour in the Maple Syrup Whiskey Liquor. Then fill the glass with the Soda Water. Last goes in the Maple Syrup. And then be sure to stir. “And then you drink it like a real Canadian.”

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