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Old 04-28-2005, 07:08 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Bottom Shelf Martini

Last Friday, during my 2 hour "break" between shifts, I decided I was going to bust out the small martini set that I bought from the $1.00 section at the french store I call "TARGET" (TAR-ZHAY).

So I'm at the drug store. I love Vodka...(OK...I JUST LIKE TO DRINK AND GET A BUZZ!!!)

I spy the new Smirnoff Watermelon Vodka, and I pick a fifth to try.

But...I don't have a clue what to mix with it.

So...now I'm home from a busy might of work, and I wanna have a couple drinks to relax, and get a few hours of sleep.

I'm looking through my refrigerator, and cabinets to see what to mix this new elixir with.

I stumble across a package of Cherry/Watermelon Kool-Aid on the bottom shelf of my cabinets (but all the good drinks are called "Top Shelf" something - oh well, this is a Bottom Shelf drink -

BINGO...I HIT THE JACKPOT, YA'LL!!! Mixed it up with my Splenda, got out the Martini Shaker and mixed up:
  • 1 part Watermelon Vodka
  • 1 part Kool-Aid
  • 1 part Midori Melon Liquor
  • crushed ice

Dropped small piece of chunked watermelon in martini glass, rimmed glass with Splenda, and VOILA!!! You're hooked up!!!

The best

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