I liked the unexplained subtlety that you presented this drink with. The drink bears an interesting similiarity in color with your table. Just as constructive criticism, I would've used a slightly lighter shade of red for the strawberry just to give it a little bit more distinction. It's a very good picture that had immediately drawn me to it.
Definitely looks good to drink and would if it didn't have vodka. Never have tried it and technically, not supposed to at my age. Then again, vodka is the factor that makes this drink Russian. Well, I better get creative and find a substitute. Thanks for introducing me to this drink and hope you enjoy drinking it in moderation!
Hmm, that may be true about the strawberry. I didn't really alter this photo at all except for the size. I may lighten the strawberry a bit later. :>
It would probably be pretty good just without adding the vodka part. :> You'd just need less creamer. Also, if you replace 1/4 vodka with a bit concentrated instant coffee and water, and add more milk and less creamer, you'd have pretty much the kind of coffee they serve at StarBucks and the like. x3
What I do for that is: Fill the mug about 1/4 to 1/3 with water and add instant coffee, stir then microwave for about 99 seconds. Then add a table spoon or two of whatever flavor'd coffee creamer, and a packet of Splenda or some other sugar thing. Then add milk until it's about 7/8 full, stir, and add ice cubes (sipping some of the coffee off the top so it doesn't over flow if need be) until it's nice and cold. :> To make it hot, I guess microwave again instead of adding the ice cubes. x3