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Old 09-19-2007, 10:17 AM   #1
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Drinks---

I do a little bar tending for a club I belong to... Some drinks for you

Captain Morgans rum is about the most mixable liquor to ever hit the market.

Fuzzy Pirates Navel...
1 part Cap Morgan
1 part Peach schnops
over ice in a glass then fill with orange juice.

Poor mans Pina Colada
1 part Cap Morgan
1 part Coconut rum
over ice, fill with pineapple juice

Christmas drink(came up with it at a Christmas party)
In a blender....
6 oz. Cap Morgan
3 oz. Amaretto (more if you like more cherry flavor)
8 oz of Coke
Fill the blender with vanilla ice cream and blend. Keep adding ice cream and blending until you have a thick milkshake. It will taste like a chocolate covered cherry.

OK--enough on Captain Morgan, time for
Jack Coke Float!!!
In a blender
6 Oz of Jack Daniels (other whiskeys really don't work).
8 Oz of Coke
Fill the blender with ice cream and blend. Keep adding ice cream until it gets thick. Tastes like a chocolate milk shake.

Be warned--it takes A LOT of ice cream for each mix and they will hit you like a ton of bricks...

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Old 09-19-2007, 10:22 AM   #2
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Sounds good!

Try this:
2 oz Rum
1 to 2 oz Amaretto
Pour over ice and fill with pineapple juice. Its sweet, but outstanding!
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Old 09-19-2007, 10:25 AM   #3
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Ultimate Cosmo

Equal parts - Stoli L'Orange; Cointreau; Cranberry Juice and a dash of lime juice. Shake well with ice, strain.
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:03 AM   #4
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Ultimate Cosmo

Equal parts - Stoli L'Orange; Cointreau; Cranberry Juice and a dash of lime juice. Shake well with ice, strain.

sounds excellent... I love a good Cosmo..
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Old 09-19-2007, 07:00 PM   #5
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wifes favorites ...
alabama slamma ..
1 part sloe gin
1 part southern comfort
1 part amaretto
fill tall glass with ice
mix liquors enough OJ and pineapple juice to fill
its like fruit punch ...

also .. SO CO and mountain dew are pretty good ..
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Old 09-20-2007, 09:07 AM   #6
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I used to consume Alabama Slammers on a regular basis.

Mix a Slammer with a Kamikaze and you have a Red Death.
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Okay, this one is going to have to be explained:

3 oz. Amaretto (more if you like more cherry flavor)?

Ameretto is almond flavored.

Here's one I developed, named, and registered (so don't try to steal credit for it!). I call it Jennifer's Kiss, because it's sweet, bubbly, and slightly intoxicating.

2 13 oz wine goblets
1 12 oz can Kern's Strawberry Nectar
1 750ml bottle of Ballatore Rosso Spumante
Thick slices of fresh strawberry for garnish

Pour half of the Strawberry Nectar into each goblet. Pour Spumante directly down the center of each goblet until near full. Garnish with strawberry slice(s).

This is the beverage of choice for my famous (or infamous) Monte Cristo Sunday Brunch.
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Okay, this one is going to have to be explained:

3 oz. Amaretto (more if you like more cherry flavor)?

Ameretto is almond flavored.

Here's one I developed, named, and registered (so don't try to steal credit for it!). I call it Jennifer's Kiss, because it's sweet, bubbly, and slightly intoxicating.

2 13 oz wine goblets
1 12 oz can Kern's Strawberry Nectar
1 750ml bottle of Ballatore Rosso Spumante
Thick slices of fresh strawberry for garnish

Pour half of the Strawberry Nectar into each goblet. Pour Spumante directly down the center of each goblet until near full. Garnish with strawberry slice(s).

This is the beverage of choice for my famous (or infamous) Monte Cristo Sunday Brunch.
Yep, I know, but when mixed with coke for some reason, it tastes like cherry.. just try an amaretto and coke sometime...


Oh, Spumante--add a table spoon of bourbon to a glass.... My professor that showed me that called it a Velvet Hammer... Tasty if you like bourbon.
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Yep, I know, but when mixed with coke for some reason, it tastes like cherry.. just try an amaretto and coke sometime...
Drop a 2 oz shot glass full of Amaretto into a mug of beer. Chug it as fast as you can, and it tastes EXACTLY like Dr. Pepper. Really weird!
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Yep, I know, but when mixed with coke for some reason, it tastes like cherry.. just try an amaretto and coke sometime...
That's weird. Captain & Coke tastes just like rootbeer.
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