crème de cacao

There's little doubt that chocolate is just about everyone's favorite flavor, and crème de cacao is aimed straight at chocolate lovers. Its flavor comes primarily from the cocoa bean, usually some vanilla added. You’ll see it coming in both clear and dark brown. Unlike the artificially colored curaçao, there are slight differences in the manufacturing of clear, which has a slightly lighter flavor, and dark crème de cacao. The difference isn’t terribly noticeable, however, so the clear is usually recommended when you make cocktails. Using the dark will turn every cocktail a muddy brown.

The following recipes on this site use crème de cacao:

Commodore
bourbon whiskey, crème de cacao, lemon juice, grenadine,
Twenty-First Century Cocktail
tequila, crème de cacao, lemon juice, absinthe,
Coffee Nudge
brandy, coffee liqueur, crème de cacao, coffee,
Floridita
rum, lime juice, sweet vermouth, crème de cacao, grenadine,
Frostbite
tequila, crème de cacao, cream,
Grasshopper
crème de menthe, crème de cacao, cream,
Twentieth Century Cocktail
gin, Lillet blanc, lemon juice, crème de cacao,
Alexander
brandy, cream, crème de cacao,