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    Talking Delicious drinks

    Post any delicious beverage ideas you have in here
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    My new favorite, as of today-

    Italian soda: dark chocolate.
    Used Monin Dark Chocolate flavored syrup, about 5-10mm thick layer in the bottom of a tall glass, filled the rest with unflavored seltzer water. For extra pizzazz, add some milk or cream

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    jarritos

    squirt

    Otherwise I like most citrus type soft drinks (sprite, sierra mist, etc.)

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    empty 2L bottle
    iced tea crystals
    concentrated lemon juice
    grenadine
    whiskey
    water

    put the right proportions into the bottle, cap and shake

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    The classic martini:

    Freeze a bottle of gin, buy some dry white vermouth. Chill a cocktail glass.

    Pour gin into a cocktail glass, roughly 2/3 high. Pour vermouth to desire--some don't use any, I personally use a lot. It cuts the harshness of the gin.

    Either stir, or toss into a cocktail shaker, shake, then pour back into the glass.

    Gin is similar to vodka, in that it has a very high alcohol content, so this will get you drunk (unless you really are a heavyweight...), but it has a more "botanical" flavor to it, one of pine trees (juniper berries) and other spices.
    The vermouth doesn't really add any flavor, it just reduces the harshness.

    Add 1 or more pitted olives to taste. (The nearby Wegmans carries a "Mediterranean Olive Bar" with a wide variety of large, plump, tasty green olives stuffed with different treats--gorgonzola cheese, anchovies, almonds, garlic, citrus fruits, etc.) It's a great treat to enjoy at the end of your drink; it cleanses the palate.

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    Swirl chocolate syrop around inside of a glass.
    1 shot of kahlua and vodka each, 1/2 cup of milk, half a frozen banana and ice in blender until slushy; pour into chocolate coated glass.

    Tastes best when enjoyed on beach along the shore of the caribbean.

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    Real Sangria:

    Get a good bottle of champagne, and some fresh fruit.

    Marinate fruit in champagne for a day, the fruit enzymes will break down in the champagne and flavor it, eat the fruit too with some sugar on them they also will have champagne in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natrushka View Post
    Dirty Monkey

    Swirl chocolate syrop around inside of a glass.
    1 shot of kahlua and vodka each, 1/2 cup of milk, half a frozen banana and ice in blender until slushy; pour into chocolate coated glass.

    Tastes best when enjoyed on beach along the shore of the caribbean.
    That sounds PFG, Nat...

    Here's a nice one for fireside sipping: The Cocoa Leprechaun

    Hot chocolate
    Bailey's to taste
    Whiskey to drunk
    Whipped cream on top
    Garnish with cocoa

    I think that's all, but I might've forgotten an ingredient or three.

    If alcohol is taken out of the equation, I have a weakness for Sonic diet cherry limeades. Although, I suspect they would be even better with gin.
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    Yum. Hot Chocolate + Cream + Baileys. <drrooolll>

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    Diet Mountain Dew. I love it!!! It's better for you than regular, and since it's diet, it'll help me grow that vagina in the back of my knee that I always wanted...

    Oh, and Mike's Hard Strawberry Lemonade!

    And an Iced Cookies and Cream Cafe Mocha with whipped cream and chocolate chips.

    And of course, my blood.

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    This drink is very refreshing and perfect for hot summer days when you want to cool off without getting too tipsy.

    Mexican Beer Cooler

    1 12 oz beer (preferably Mexican, even more preferably Pacifico)
    1/4 cup lime juice (or juice of one lime if you're using real limes)
    Ice

    Fill a very tall beer glass halfway with ice. Pour in the beer, and then the lime juice. Lime juice is heavier than beer, so if you put it in first it won't get off the bottom of the glass.

    Some variations are to add two or three drops of tabasco or a splash of 7-Up on top.

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