How do you make a White Russian with milk?

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A White Russian is a creamy, sweet cocktail that is served over ice in an old-fashioned glass. To make a White Russian you will need 1-fluid ounce vodka, 1-fluid ounce coffee-flavored liqueur such as kahlua, and 1/2 cup cream or milk. Combine ingredients and serve over ice in a highball or old-fashioned glass.
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First of all you should measure out equal parts of vodka and Kahlua and mix them together in a glass. This can be done by using a shaker, although simply pouring them into a shot
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A White Russian is traditionally made with vodka, coffee liqueur (inevitably Kahlua) and cream (sometimes people substitute milk)1] In general, if you're going to substitute one ingredient
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1. Fill a rocks or highball glass with ice. Ad. 2. Pour the vodka into the glass. Use a measuring cup, free pour, or pour a portion from a mini bottle. Mini bottles are 50 milliliters
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To make chocolate milk, pour the milk into a tall glass. Next add either a commercial powdered flavoring, or regular chocolate syrup to taste, and stir thoroughly.
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