The Friar Tuck cocktail is a creamy and delicious mix of Frangelico and rum. It’s probably from the 1980s.
There are many differences but one ingredient is constant: Frangelico, the hazelnut liqueur first created by Italian monks. It still has a rope belt on the bottle and this connection is why the beverage’s name is so appropriate. The Friar Tuck n° 1 is a tiny piece of the bigger Friar Tuck. A mix of Frangelico and dark crème de cacao and cream is paired with Friar Tuck No. Two has lemon and grenadine, as well as brandy (usually). These are both great drinks and you can get one that’s just right for your mood, whether you want a chocolate and cream or a fruity one.