Godiva Truffletini House Party

     This month I was lucky enough to be a host for House Party’s Godiva Truffletini party.  For being a host I was provided with a gift card and rebate forms to purchase Godiva liqueurs and Godiva chocolate infused vodka.  
     In the past I’ve had the Godiva chocolate liqueur and can honestly say that it is just as good as Godiva chocolate.  My cousin is a huge fan of the white chocolate liqueur so for the party I decided to try that.  I used the white chocolate liqueur during the early portion of my party which I held during a book club brunch.  I treated the ladies to coffee laced with Godiva white chocolate liqueur and topped with cinnamon whipped cream.  This is currently one of my favorite ways to drink coffee.
     During the evening I used both the regular and white chocolate liqueurs in coffee and hot chocolate.  Then I took it up a notch and served Godiva Chocolate Raspberry infused vodka in iced tea and Chocolate Covered Cherry drinks made with the infused vodka.  We also had chocolate desserts to go along with the chocolate drinks.  While everyone enjoyed the different drinks, the clear winner of the night was still the coffee with white chocolate liqueur and cinnamon whipped cream.   
Godiva Razzle Tea (from Godiva)
1.5 oz Godiva Chocolate Raspberry Vodka
5 oz. Iced Tea
1 T. sugar
Lemon slices
1.       In a shaker combine the vodka and iced tea. 
2.      Place lemon slices in a tall glass filled with ice.  Pour the iced tea mixture over top and serve with a raspberry garnish.
Chocolate Covered Cherry  (my own creation)
1.5 oz. Godiva Chocolate Raspberry Vodka
1 oz. cherry juice
Cherry (for garnish)
1.       Fill a short glass with ice.  Pour in the vodka and cherry juice and stir.  Garnish with a cherry or chocolate covered cherry.
Café Godiva  (adapted from Godiva)
2 oz. Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
6 oz. coffee
1 T. cinnamon whipped cream
Chocolate curls
1.       Pour the white chocolate liqueur into a coffee mug.  Pour in the coffee over top of the liqueur.  Top with whipped cream and chocolate curls.

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