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The world's first wine-infused ice cream

Wine ice cream? Yes please.

Wow is a universal word. Just ask Roxaina Hurlburt, self described "ice cream passionista" of Mercer’s Dairy in Boonville, N.Y., and creator of the award-winning Wine Ice Cream, the world’s only wine-infused ice cream. Recently introduced in China and coming soon to Canada, Japan, and the Cayman Islands, this innovative treat has elicited one overwhelming reaction — "wow."

With Wine Ice Cream, the dairy blends wine (not a reduction of wine) into hard ice cream. Because alcohol melts ice, this challenge required extensive development.

Mercer’s Dairy launched its "Port" flavor in 2007, working with Jim Trezise of the New York Wine and Grape Foundation. "Port" is strictly a base of cream, sugar, and stabilizer, combined with wine. The butterfat content is 15 percent, like premium brands of ice cream and the alcohol comes in at 5 percent. One pint equals one glass of wine and sells for $7.95 to those 21 years old and over.

Five flavors have followed — Riesling, Raspberry Chardonnay, Peach White Zinfandel, Cherries Merlot, and Chocolate Cabernet. A seventh, Champagne, is promised soon, as is a single-serve version in a specially designed cup. Mercer’s also sells Wine Ice Cream to restaurants and even to food trucks.

For the scoop on Wine Ice Cream and where to buy it, click here.

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Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


Wine Milkshakes

Wine Milkshakes – With just two ingredients, this is the easiest boozy drink you will ever make. Just blend dessert wine and vanilla ice cream and you are on your way to having the best adult milkshake you can imagine!

Boozy milkshakes are my new favorite thing. I saw them at almost every restaurant that we went to in Vegas and soon fell in love. I don’t know what is less shocking here: that they have boozy milkshakes all over Vegas or that I fell in love with, yet another, type of dessert.

But despite my love, I haven’t made a single one at home. Not a one! Two weeks ago, however, we were inspired to make our first…But let’s start at the beginning of our story…

At the beginning of October, we attended our friends’ wedding at a winery in South Georgia. Being the alcohol wine enthusiasts that we are, we just had to try the wines while visiting. It was one of the best tastings we’ve ever done, mostly because we tried every single wine they make (which was about 12).

The grand finale of the tasting was their dessert wine. But they did a little something extra special for the dessert wine: they served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Whaaaaat?! You just stir the wine into the ice cream until it’s all smooth and then take a bite.

And holy moly. What a game-changer. On it’s own, the dessert wine was a bit much for me. Ultra rich and heavy. But the ice cream totally mellowed it out and made for one heck of an adult dessert. We were super impressed. To no one’s surprise, we bought 2 bottles of the stuff.

So how exactly did we get to wine milkshakes from that? Okay so let me just say…I can’t take any credit for this one. My husband developed this genius idea a couple weeks ago. He just splashed some of the dessert wine over vanilla ice cream, added it to the blender and boom! A wine milkshake was born! I did, however, add on the whipped cream, cherry, and a straw. So I earned my serving.

Here are some additional tips to help you make these boozy wine milkshakes for yourself:

  1. Make sure you buy red dessert wine (port, madiera, etc) and not table wine (merlot, pinot noir, etc). The dessert wine is heavier and has more alcohol content so it won’t get drowned out by the ice cream. The flavor really stands out.
  2. Use any vanilla ice cream you want! Our favorite (right now) is Blue Bell Natural Vanilla Bean because the vanilla bean is so prominent (see the flecks in the pic above?!). But you can use whatever kind you want. Even vegan ice cream or frozen yogurt.
  3. Make sure the ice cream is slightly softened before you begin. If it’s rock-solid, it won’t blend evenly and will turn out chunky. If you’re using frozen yogurt or gelato, you probably won’t need this step because they are already softer consistencies.
  4. Let’s take a second to talk about the best cherries that I’ve ever had: Amarena Cherries. They hail from Italy, are darker in color and pack wayyyy more flavor than a maraschino cherry. It’s almost like they have a slight amaretto flavor but there’s no alcohol added to them it’s just their natural flavor. I definitely recommend using these to top your milkshakes and sundaes. It adds sophistication to an otherwise childlike drink. You can get them at most special food stores, Italian markets, or using this link.

I really hope you enjoy this unique drink! Have you had boozy milkshakes before? What kind do you recommend?

Here are all the kitchen tools and serveware that I used in this post. For each item that is sold, I receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting the brands that support CPA!


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