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#29394 - 05/18/01 11:49 AM Re: On the Rocks
vodka & oj makes a screwdriver but if you drizzle a small amount of Galliano over the top it makes a Harvey Wallbanger (my husbands favorite drink)
#29395 - 05/18/01 12:13 PM Re: On the Rocks
Then there is one (or two) we invented time back way back (just) after the bad time. It does have to be on the rocks since it depends on melting ice to complete the effect.
Equal parts vodka and ouzo (they naturally separate).
Pour in blue Curaçao®.
When the ice starts melting you get a clear blue layer and a cloudy blue layer.
Or use red Curaçao for a Cæsar's Blood.
Beautiful looking but yucky tasting.
#29396 - 05/18/01 03:40 PM Re: On the Rocks
As an occasional drinker (x364=I don't *drink on my birthday)... "Black and Tan" = requires an ale for the "tan". If one uses lager then it is called a "Half 'n Half" (in dis here town)
satin - I seem to remember the alternative name was Harvey WallClimber (from those that had a few...)
#29397 - 05/18/01 04:28 PM Re: On the Rocks
All I know is that one makes my head light and two pretty much makes me pie-eyed and we won't even discuss three.
#29398 - 05/18/01 04:49 PM Re: On the Rocks
Loc: New England, USA
A New England contribution :
Cranberry juice and vodka -- "Cranberry Fog"
Myself, I'm a "nip and tuck" drinker = one nip and I have to be tucked in for the night!
#29399 - 05/21/01 04:02 AM Hold the Ice
> and I am one with Faldage-- coke and beer-- Its the worst of two worlds!
> most of the libations mentioned here are not servered "on the rocks"
Well, pardon me Helen, I forgot how seriously some here take their ebriety, and although the weekend is over here's Cheers, Yamas, Skulle and Prost to all.
#29400 - 05/21/01 04:30 AM Re: Hold the Ice
Loc: Portsmouth, United Kingdom
and moving onto wine we have Kir and Kir Royale.
Kir is White wine (originally aligote but now any white wine) and Cassis; Kir Royale is Champagne and Cassis.
and linking to the thread on skipping rhymes we have (instead of potatoes) "One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor"
#29401 - 05/21/01 04:19 PM Re: Hold the Ice - Mai Tai
Loc: New England, USA
One Mai-Tai : talking to self
Two Mai-Tai : talking to God
Three Mai-tai : God answering.
#29402 - 05/23/01 12:30 AM Re: On the Rocks
Loc: Sydney, Australia
*passing Faldage a spewwn*
a friend cries of the delights of coke and milk.
#29403 - 05/23/01 03:10 AM Re: On the Rocks
> the delights of coke and milk.
That takes the cake! Reserved applause will go to anyone who can name a beverage more dreadful..
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