Well, it's quitting time.
Need some good recipes for drinks. We always ask other cruisers we meet. We have come across some dandys over the years... verging on great to undrinkable.
Rules: No beer allowed. Does not stow well. Has to be accessible in "foreighn ports of call"...
My newest personal favorite: Appletini. All you need is two alcohols. 1 part DeKuypers Sour Apple Liqouer (green), and one part vodka. Shaken, not stirred, please.... Ice cold and awesome with a sunset. Incidentally parents and grandparents, it looks a whole lot like Green KoolAid so you can get away with it in front of the kids!! (No, I am not implying giving it to them, but fixing Kool AId for them)
Other thoughts??????? Come on, some good ones.
Fill a glass with ice, add about 3 ounces of Jack, stir with one finger enjoy.
Ice?? Isn't that a mixed drink?<G>
One bottle of Gosling's Rum, one glass or mug to sip it from.
Mixed drinks are why the good lord invented bars and bartenders, don't take their work away.<G>
If cruising the Carribean, try the traditional Ti' Punch
Quality Rum, Lime Juice, Cane Sugar (syrup); Amounts are to your taste.
½ gal Apple cider
1 cup bourbon (your Favorite)
One or two cinnamon sticks
Remove two cups and a sip or two of cider from the jug
Replace with the vodka and bourbon add the cinnamon sticks
Place out of sight for a week or so till the cinnamon sticks dissolve
Be careful at consumption time: this will taste like cinnamon flavored apple cider but have the same effect as Wild Turkey
In a rocks glass;
Your favorite rum
sprig of mint
I might have to try that one Ken!
Pusser's Painkiller is pretty good if you're looking for something fruity:
2 ounces Pusser's rum (95 proof)
4 ounces unsweetened pineapple juice
1 ounce orange juice
1 ounce coconut cream
Equal parts Pussers rum and pinapple juice.
Fill a glass with pussers and think about fruit while drinking.:D
2shots of Rum, the juice of half a grapefruit, and a drop of Grenadine. The fresh grapefruit is best. grapefruit and vodka is good too
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