LC To Die Dreaming Note
As the author explains, “to die dreaming” is what the moniker “morir soñando” means. And that’s exactly what you’ll want to do after succumbing to a pitcher of these spiked creamsicle cocktails. Sweet dreams.
- Quick Glance
- 5 M
- 5 M
- Serves 1
Dump the Licor 43 or rum, orange juice, and milk in a highball glass and stir. Add ice and garnish with an orange slice.
Recipe Testers' Reviews
To die dreaming. An apt name for the drink that, with a little tweak, made all my testers' eyes roll into the back of their heads, eyelids fluttering shut and murmurs on their lips. Ladies and gents, this morir soñando is a boozy creamsicle. My one and only change is to do this with half-and-half, not milk. It's better that way. This delicious treat—clearly a dessert, breakfast, or mommy's little helper drink—takes about 2 minutes to make. Licor 43 is easier than expected to find, considering I hadn't heard of it before. My testers then tried the Licor 43 in a few other methods, so chances are your bottle won't go to waste.
Delish! This drink was a breeze to make and tasted just like a creamsicle, one of my absolute favorite flavor combinations. I only had a blood orange, so I used that for the juice. The cocktail came together quickly and was very smooth. I could hardly tell there was any alcohol in the drink at all. One of my new favorites, especially for the summer!