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Old 07-13-2008, 10:02 AM   #1
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What are some good Southern Comfort drinks?

I really love Southern Comfort - I usually enjoy it on the rocks. But I want to introduce my sister to it but she would definitely not enjoy it straight. She only likes mixed drinks (i.e. Cosomopolitan, Margarita, Long Island Iced Tea, etc.). So what can I make with Southern Comfort that is really good?

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I really love Southern Comfort - I usually enjoy it on the rocks. But I want to introduce my sister to it but she would definitely not enjoy it straight. She only likes mixed drinks (i.e. Cosomopolitan, Margarita, Long Island Iced Tea, etc.). So what can I make with Southern Comfort that is really good?
Mixed with Coca Cola is always enough for me!! I go here to put in my ingredients and it will give me drinks. This is better than my bartender book anyday.
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Old 07-13-2008, 10:07 AM   #3
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A friend of mine used to drink comfort sours, she liked the sweet and sour mix.
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Try it in Orange Juice....Some folks find that refreshing!

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Old 07-13-2008, 01:46 PM   #5
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Ginger ale is always a good choice, served over ice. Very refreshing
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born and raised in the south. dare i say, shall i say, cover my head and say i don't like it anyway you do it. lol

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born and raised in the south. dare i say, shall i say, cover my head and say i don't like it anyway you do it. lol

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Meaning what? You don't like Southern Comfort or that you don't like the previously mentioned ways of consuming it?
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Meaning what? You don't like Southern Comfort or that you don't like the previously mentioned ways of consuming it?
thought i said, don't like it anyway you do it.

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I really love Southern Comfort - I usually enjoy it on the rocks. But I want to introduce my sister to it
anyone else hear "dueling banjoes"?

just kidding, crankin'.

the best and simplest drink with soco i know is just equal parts southern comfort and lime juice.
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anyone else hear "dueling banjoes"?

just kidding, crankin'.

the best and simplest drink with soco i know is just equal parts southern comfort and lime juice.
LOL! Honestly, BT! LOL!

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