Crazy Cocktails

Written By: The Lowdown - Dec• 31•00

cover2000-12With Christmas almost here, we thought we would see if we could find any interesting cocktails to drink at the endless round of parties and here is what we found.  We have not tried all of them yet – we  didn’t think it was a good idea to do that before we have got this issue to the printers – so you are the guinea pigs.  But please remember – if you’re going to partake of these, don’t get into your car and try to drive home – we can’t take responsibility for the results.

Enchanted Forest
Ingredients: Blue Curacao, Vodka, Sprite,

Orange Juice, Cream Soda
In a large Glass mix: 1 part vodka, 1 part blue curacao and 1 part Sprite. Add orange juice until the drink turns turquoise or lime green. Pour this mixed drink into shot glasses but leave enough room for a dash of cream soda. Pour a dash of cream soda into the shot glass slowly and let the cream soda settle at the bottom (you don’t need too much). Now you have a double layered shot of purple and green. Drink up!

Stoned Smurf
Ingredients: 1/3 oz. Vodka, 1/3 oz. Southern Comfort, 1/3 oz. Blue Curacao, Fill with Sprite
Pour all ingredients with ice into a glass, shake once or twice to get a uniform colour and enjoy.

Grass Hopper
Ingredients(for two drinks): 3 oz vodka,
2oz creme de cacao, 2 oz creme de menthe, 2 oz milk

Directions: Start with 2 cups of ice in a blender. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth. Pour it into a chilled/frosted glass and drink up.  If you like mint, you can throw in some as a garnish.  You can substitute the milk with scoop or two of vanilla ice cream for a slightly different flavour

Nutty Irishman

Ingredients: 1/3 Bailey’s, 1/3 Jameson’s Irish whiskey, 1/3 Frangelica or any nut liqueur

Pour into shaker with ice, shake well and strain.

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