How to Make a Black Russian

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A black Russian mixed drink is made in a rocks glass with ice with 50 percent vodka and 50 percent Kahlua. Switch up the flavors of a black Russian by using vanilla vodka or different flavors of Kahlua with instructions from a professional bartender in this free video on mixed drinks.

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How to make a Black Russian. So, you might be familiar with a White Russian. A White Russian is Vodka, Kahlua, and then you fill it with milk. A Black Russian is the same thing, just get rid of the milk. And that's why it's black because that's all you see is the black. So, this is a rocks drink, so it's served in a rocks glass just like this. So, you fill this with ice all the way to the top and we take our Vodka and Kahlua and fill it up, half and half. Fifty percent Vodka, fifty percent Kahlua. And there it is, one of my favorite drinks. Now, you can switch this up a little bit by adding flavored Vodka. I like using Stoli Vanilla, there are other flavors of vanilla Vodka. You can even switch it up by adding a different flavor Kahlua. I think there's a Mocha Kahlua, there's a Hazel Nut Kahlua. So, even though it seems like a pretty straight forward drink, there are some variations.

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