29th December 2008

Cherry Brandy N’ Coke

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This is a tasty twist on your typical alcoholic drinks with Coke in them! This is a tasty recipe that may bring some people back to the days of Cherry Cokes from the soda jerk at a diner somewhere!

My mother loves these!
~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂

Type: Beverage
Tags: cherry brandy, brandy, coke, Coca-cola, cola, alcohol, drinks, beverages
Prep Time: 1 min
Yield: As much as you’d like…1/2 cherry brandy, 1/2 Coke


1. Add cherry brandy to a beautiful, chilled glass (1/2 of drink).

2. Pour in Coca-Cola slowly.

3. Add maraschino cherry and Enjoy!

A blast from the past, tasting like it came right out of the 50s or 60s…Awesome flavor!


I hope you enjoyed this Drink Recipe on Sizz Up! Until next time…

Drink Deliciously,

Kimberly Edwards 🙂

* If you enjoyed this Recipe, check out more of Kimberly’s Alcohol Recipes @ Cooking With Kimberly.

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  1. 1 On December 29th, 2008, Gera said:

    Hi Kimberly!

    A sweet yummy blast recipe 😉

    Happy New Year!

    Gera .:. sweetsfoods

  2. 2 On December 29th, 2008, Acen8s said:

    Sounds good Kimberly.
    Ever tried Hot Buttered Rum? It’s great on those cold winter nights. And of course, New Years Eve.

    Old Fashioned Hot Buttered Rum batter recipe.

    1 stick butter, room temp
    ¾ c brown sugar
    ¼ cup agave nectar
    ½ tsp cinnamon
    pinch salt
    1/8 tsp nutmeg
    1/8 tsp allspice
    1/8 tsp clove

    To make a hot buttered rum, simply slice a good dollop off of the batter, add to a mug with 2 oz Bacardi rum, fill with hot water, stir to incorporate, and enjoy.

    Here’s wishing all of you the best New Year.

  3. 3 On December 30th, 2008, Kimberly @ How to Cook Blog said:


    That sounds fabulous! I love rum, and hot buttered rum sounds even better!

    Thanks so much for sharing this one! I can’t wait to try it!

    Kimberly 🙂

  4. 4 On December 31st, 2008, admin said:

    Acen8s, Thank you for this great recipe and just so you know, we will consider it for our on-going contest.

  5. 5 On January 15th, 2009, Kimberly @ Great Finds Blog said:

    My good stumble friend, slantera, says:

    “Ok, I could try this sometime. :-)”

    I’m glad it meets with your approval Sly, and that you’d like to try it sometime! Awesome! I think it’s pretty tasty! LOL…

    Kimberly 🙂

  6. 6 On December 10th, 2010, debs said:

    the perfect winter warmin drink, cherry brandy hot chocolate. i suggest the spannish chocolate company hot chocolate. its a little more expensive but this drink is for those indulgent moments. its freely available in most uk supermarkets.

    Take a mug and fill with milk, pour this into saucepan, add the hot chocolate powder, i generally do it in a mug so use 4 spoonfulls of powder as directed if your using smaller cup
    then use less poweder.

    add a tablespoon of milk back in from the saucepan and mix with powder till smooth
    add the shot of brandy.

    put the saucepan of milk on the heat and bring to the boil

    pour on the hot choc and brandy mixture and stir. if your using the suggested hot chocolate
    this will really thicken up at this point.(its how this hot chocolate is supposed to be)

    other hot chocalates may not thicken.

    enjoy. i love this on a winter night and its very christmassy as it reminds me of the cherry liquers chocs around at xmas time.

  7. 7 On December 15th, 2010, Kimberly @ How to Cook Blog said:

    That sounds absolutely splendid, Debs! I must try this one!!!

    Kimberly 🙂

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