If you love desserts, but prefer them in a glass with some alcohol, read on — we scoped out the best alco-desserts that restaurants and pubs have to offer.

Baileys Babbo

By Lighthouse Café

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Ingredients

Baileys
Vanilla vodka
White chocolate milk
Vanilla ice-cream
Chocolate chunks

Method

Take an Irish mug, pour in all the liquid ingredients and stir well. Make sure the white chocolate milk is hot. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the mix and garnish with chocolate chunks. This is exactly what a warm hug from Santa feels like – if you have a mistress named Santa on the bad side of the city, that is.

Dì Sān

By Hakkasan

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Ingredients

Disaronno
Baileys
Oreo cookies
Vanilla ice cream

Method

Blend the Disaronno, Baileys and Oreo cookies. Rim a cocktail glass with chocolate sauce and put a scoop of vanilla ice cream into the glass. Pour the blended mix into the glass and serve. Regal, luscious and absolutely divine, this will definitely put your date in the mood for some high-energy ustrashana.

Baileys Sponge Ball

By Lighthouse Café

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Ingredients

Baileys
Mini rasgullas

Method

Take Baileys in a bowl and add the mini rasgullas to it. Let them soak for over 24 hours. Serve the rasgullas with a top up of Baileys. Yes, this is simple, easy-to-make and wicked as fuck. Have too many (which you inevitably will) and you won’t remember what you did last night.

White Russian Popsicle

By Bonobo

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Ingredients

Kahlua
Baileys
Vodka
Fresh cream
Coffee

Method

Add all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake well. Pour the mixture into a popsicle mould and freeze overnight. Serve chilled, and remember to not let your kids get at them.