This week's concoction

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This weekend's con-cock-shuns

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1. A jigger of Tanqueray (pour freehand)
two squozes of lime
a few bruised mint leaves
motherfuckin' ice cubes
fill highball glass with Pelligrini water
wait
drink
repeat

2. Juice of 4 grapefruits
Juice of Tanqueray
Ice d'cubes
enjoy

3. Angostura Rum
Ice
Caffiene free diet pepsi

Happy Canada Day!
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Re: This weekend's con-cock-shuns

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The weekend is still in effect;

The Stella squirt
One cold can of Stella Artois
drink until gone

Grab a cleanish glass
pour rye into said glass
add ice cubes
splash of coke or pepsi to colour

holy fuck I'm drunk

let the fun begin
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Maj wrote:The weekend is still in effect;


...holy fuck I'm drunk

let the fun begin
Fuck YES


I'll drink to that

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I went to a friend's house who doesn't ever stock enough booze. Before the end of the night, we were forced to invent the French Hillbilly.... Brandy & Mountain Dew. I think it was good (?)
Maj wrote:The weekend is still in effect...

holy fuck I'm drunk

let the fun begin
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Dear Booze wrote:I went to a friend's house who doesn't ever stock enough booze...
Since you are aware of this ongoing problem, why don't you stash a couple of extra bottles in your overnight bag and, of course, carry the Modern Drunkardists' best friend, the hipflask*?


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Palinka wrote:
Dear Booze wrote:I went to a friend's house who doesn't ever stock enough booze...
Since you are aware of this ongoing problem, why don't you stash a couple of extra bottles in your overnight bag and, of course, carry the Modern Drunkardists' best friend, the hipflask*?
Yes sir. It is an ongoing problem and perhaps I need a few extra bottles and a few extra hipflasks. The problem with Larry is that he's a cheapskate. You see, we started the day at the golf course at 7:30am. Which is to say, we started drinking at 7:30am.

I brought a thermos full of Irish coffee and a six pack of guinness in my golf bag. I also left a half bottle of Jameson in my car. Kahn also brought a six pack of guinness in his bag. We finished the coffee by hole 5 and the Guinness was gone by the end of 10. After that, we depended on the cart girl to come around often. After the round, our foursome spent too much time in the clubhouse.

Larry lives just up the hill from the course, so when the clubhouse closed at 7:00pm, we walked to his house. By 11:00pm, we were running out of options. And that was the birth of the French Hillbilly.

It is a known fact that this will happen at Larry's... I don't know why we never learn.
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I was at a tasting event this afternoon before my shift for Ancho Reyes chilli liqueur,and Montelobos mezcal. So of course we spoke about recipe uses for the range,and that led to me testing an idea as soon as I got into the bar

So here's the Heroica Daiquiri

1oz White rum
1oz Ancho reyes
1/5 of an ounce of maraschino
1oz lime juice
1/2 oz sugar syrup

Shake with ice and serve in a martini cup,or in a rocks tumbler over ice. Either way,garnish with a twist of lemon juice

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The Daiquiri is one of the most underrated drinks in existence, and now in the current age there are almost limitless white rums from which to choose. Personal favorites include Prichards Crystal Rum, Neisson Rhum Agricole, New Orleans Crystal and, if you're feeling especially nuclear, Wray & Nephew Overproof White.

Remember: fresh squeezed lime, good simple syrup (1 part water to 1 part sugar) and plenty of ice.

You can also play around with the fruit garnish if you're feeling the muse. The strawberries, raspberries, mulberries and plums are all ripening nicely right about now.
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I love playing around with classic recipes,and encourage my staff to do the same. Any one of a dozen small tweaks can change the drink completely,even something as small as the use of bitterss

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Certainly you must be keeping a captain's log?

I'd purchase a copy. With RUM
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I've got a 16 page archive file on my laptop with two menu's worth of drinks plus all the specials I've created since starting here last August. Some variations on themes,some competition entries,some just drinks I thought would be fucking tasty

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A bastardized daiquiri for your consideration...

Coco Borracho

3 oz. White Rum
1 oz. Dark Plantation Rum
6 oz. Coconut Water
2 tbsp Demerara Sugar
1 tsp. Fresh Lime Juice

Shake liquor, sugar and coconut water vigorously with over ice. Pour into tall glass with lime juice. Garnish with lime wedge and pineapple spear. Serve with plenty of ice in a Collins glass or tumbler.



Here's another from the logs of mad science...

Bomba Atomica

2 oz. Wray & Nephew Overproof White Rum
1 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
1 tsp. Simple Syrup
1 tsp. Orgeat Syrup

Stir ingredients with ample ice. Strain and pour over fresh ice into an old fashioned type glass. A garnish of orange wedge and maraschino cherry would make it a small, potent punch of sorts.
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Rum

Mmm

Dotta said that she wished there was a srot

a sort of tsiztsiski

a sort of dill with lime and cucmbre and almost liek a pina colloid

heyt

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This week I'm playing with a proto-tiki recipe,the Knickerbocker.

My version takes advantage of some rarely used stock to try and put a bit of a twist on the drink

1oz white rum
1/2oz honey bourbon
1/2oz triple sec
1/2oz pineapple juice
1oz sweet & sour mix (lime & lemon juice mixed with a simple sugar syrup)
1/2oz raspberry puree/ handful of fresh raspberries muddled into the drink
1 orange wedge

Shake all ingredients and strain over crushed ice.

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Gall4185 wrote:This week I'm playing with a proto-tiki recipe,the Knickerbocker.

My version takes advantage of some rarely used stock to try and put a bit of a twist on the drink

1oz white rum
1/2oz honey bourbon
1/2oz triple sec
1/2oz pineapple juice
1oz sweet & sour mix (lime & lemon juice mixed with a simple sugar syrup)
1/2oz raspberry puree/ handful of fresh raspberries muddled into the drink
1 orange wedge

Shake all ingredients and strain over crushed ice.

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