Valentine's Day Delights @ Texas de Brazil
It is that time of the year again when happy couples find an excuse to tell each other how much they care while the rest of us pretend that Valentine's Day is a conspiracy for the greeting card companies to make a killing.
The good thing is that Texas de Brazil is offering something for the happy couple or the happy single!
On February 14, it will offer
Valentine's Day cocktails and a decadent chocolate dessert. These
romantic specials are the perfect paring to Texas de Brazil's dinner
menu. Specialty cocktails include the Brazilian Rose, Brazilian
Kiss, Raspberry Cream Dream, and Milky Way Martini. Cocktails
are offered from $7 to $9. The dessert, perfect for the occasion, will be a
triple layer chocolate mousse cake just right for sharing. The layers
include light and dark chocolate mousse, topped with a chocolate
Here are some recipes for the cocktails:
Brazilian Rose - This cocktail is made with guava juice, Grand
Marnier, and a choice of cachaca, the national spirit of Brazil made from
sugar cane juice. It is shaken with ice and strained in a chilled
Brazilian Kiss - This beverage is created with Ciroc vodka,
Cointreau, Chambord, and fresh squeezed lime. It comes garnished with a
Raspberry Cream Dream - Bacardi Razz Rum with condensed milk, topped off with a Chambord Raspberry Liqueur float,
shaken ice cold and served in a raspberry-drizzled glass.
Milky Way Martini - Van Gogh Dutch Caramel and Godiva White and
Dark Chocolate Liqueur, Bailey's Irish Cream, and a touch of cream,
shaken and served in chocolate-laced glass, finished with a cherry.
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