Weta Latte is made with freshly ground coffee & a hint of vanilla. This spirit is named after the town of Weta, pronounced “wee-duh”, which got its start in 1907 when the Milwaukee Railroad was extended to that point. Weta would have been located a few short miles northwest of the Herber Ranch. Most of the residents left during the dust bowl drought of the 1930’s, & the town further declined when the rail line was removed in 1980. Only a couple of foundations now remain. 55 proof or 27.5% ABV.
INSTRUCTIONS: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake until chilled. Strain mixture into a rocks glass over fresh ice.
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INSTRUCTIONS: Glass: Highball Glass
In a blender combine Weta Latté and Vanilla Ice Cream and mix until smooth. Pour mixture into a highball glass, top with whipped cream and enjoy!
INSTRUCTIONS: Combine in shaker the above with ice-shake. Dip rim of martini glass into chocolate sprinkle. Pour contents into glass.
INSTRUCTIONS: Combine Badlands Caramel, Gumbo, and Weta Latte in a shaker and pour into cup of coffee. Can opt for hot or cold. If cold, add ice to shaker glass before combining alcohol to the coffee.