Black Russian. It contains two parts vodka to one part coffee liqueur, per IBA specified ingredients. Traditionally, the drink is made by pouring the vodka over ice cubes or cracked ice in an old-fashioned glass, followed by the coffee liqueur.
This combination first appeared in 1949 and is ascribed to Gustave Tops, a Belgian barman, who created it at the Hotel Metropole in Brussels in honor of Perle Mesta, then United States Ambassador to Luxembourg. The cocktail owes its name to the use of vodka, a typical Russian spirit, and the blackness of the coffee liqueur.
- Pour in two part of Absolut Vodka into the mixing glass followed by one part of Kahlua
- Put some ice all the way on the top of the mixing glass
- Swirl it for about ten seconds
- Take a double rock glass and put the ice in it.
- Use the julep strainer strain that over