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Old 02-17-2019, 03:49 AM   #1
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Necessity is a mother but sometimes she helps you create delicious stuff!

Heavy cream, chocolate syrup, tequila, and Coke. It’s like a dessert that gets you a bit buzzed! Mark hates tequila but he liked this one! He calls it a “white Mexican,” but that doesn’t sound PC to me! Any ideas on what to name it?

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Necessity is a mother but sometimes she helps you create delicious stuff!

Heavy cream, chocolate syrup, tequila, and Coke. It’s like a dessert that gets you a bit buzzed! Mark hates tequila but he liked this one! He calls it a “white Mexican,” but that doesn’t sound PC to me! Any ideas on what to name it?
Wow, not sure what to call it, but I'll take one!

The tequila is throwing me. I can imagine it working, but can't taste it in my head.

How about a "Mexican Jersey Cow?" Jersey cows are black and white. Tequila is Mexican. Works for me.

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Old 02-17-2019, 07:20 AM   #3
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Old 02-17-2019, 07:52 AM   #4
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Necessity is a mother but sometimes she helps you create delicious stuff!

Heavy cream, chocolate syrup, tequila, and Coke. It’s like a dessert that gets you a bit buzzed! Mark hates tequila but he liked this one! He calls it a “white Mexican,” but that doesn’t sound PC to me! Any ideas on what to name it?
It doesn't sound any less PC than a Black Russian.

In Mexico, tequila and Coke is called a Batanga. It has lime juice and salt on the rim, but if you are adding heavy cream and chocolate syrup, I would substitute Turbinado sugar for the salt and I would call it a Batanga Sundae.
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Old 02-17-2019, 08:59 AM   #5
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Mexican Chocolate Milk (along the lines of Long Island Iced Tea)
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I like that one.
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La gorda batanga (Fat Batanga)
Batanga rico (Wealthy Batanga)
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