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  • #31
    Was very surprised that Sweet Revenge didn't go with the World Market lemon and prickly pear soda that well. Clearly more experimentation is in order.
    My brother and I decided to be identical twins just to confuse everyone. It's worked out really well so far.


    • #32
      I call this one the CoCo Beach Bloody Mary - I was in a cool bar in CoCo Beach, FL last spring and this is the best Bloody Mary I've had in a very long time. I watched the bartenders make about a dozen and wrote down the ingredients and build technique. Nothing here is exact - adjust to your taste

      To be clear, build the following ingredients in a shaker full of ice and in the order listed below:
      .25 tspn Worcester
      .25 Franks Red Hot
      several twists of Fresh Ground Pepper from a pepper mill
      2oz Vodka (I prefer Grey Goose but others could work - the bars well vodka was absolute)
      4oz Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix(must be this, all others are less)
      Juice from a lemon wheel or small wedge

      Shake in the shaker

      Strain into tall glass with ice and celery

      Last edited by ajk170; November 7th, 2017, 06:21 PM. Reason: clarify the order of the build


      • #33
        Here’s a good Sunday brunch or holiday morning alternative to the mamosa:

        Peach Bellini
        Fill shaker with ice
        Build first two ingredients into shaker
        4oz peach nectar (must be necta, no subs will do)
        1.5 oz peach schnapps
        Pour 1/3rd into champagne flute
        Top flute with champagne or Asti