Although the Aztecs prepared a chocolate drink back in the 4th century, to this day there are countless cold and hot versions of it. Even this home made liqueur with its sweetness combined with rum does not lag behind others. The right lady's drink, but not exclusively.
- Stir the pudding and cocoa into 300 ml of cold milk and boil the remaining milk.
- Add sugar, vanilla sugar to boiling milk and boil briefly until the sugar dissolves.
- Add the pudding and cocoa, then mix them with a whisk for 2-3 minutes.
- Add rum to the hot mixture, stir and cool.
- Pour the cooled liqueur into suitable bottles and place in a cool place.
Serve the chocolate liqueur with an ice cube. Serve the children warm drink before adding alcohol.
Be sure to shake the liqueur occasionally. If you want a thinner liqueur, you can reduce the amount of rum and sugar, and increase the amount of milk.