This Boozy Milkshake Is Covered in S’mores

And it has Drake’s seal of approval.

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Imagine sharing s’mores and whiskey around a campfire with Drake.

It probably won’t happen, but at locations of Sugar Factory around the country, diners 21 and up can order the Campfire Spiked S’Mores Milkshake, part of a series of cocktails at the over-the-top restaurant chain featuring Drake’s own Virginia Black whiskey, and invented and taste-tested by the rapper.

The shake — ideal for National S’Mores Day — features chocolate and coffee ice cream with espresso, toasted marshmallow syrup and whiskey. It’s topped with a seven-layer s'more cookie and a homemade brownie, and served in a towering glass coated in dark chocolate and studded with chocolate pieces, large toasted marshmallows and gold-dusted graham crackers.

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