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Drinking Man's Guide to Summer: The Fish Bowl. 1898646_460s.jpg (460×9230) Milk and Booze! How To Make Sweet Milk Liqueur. Previous image Next image Milk liqueur: a Portuguese recipe made from equal parts vodka (or grappa), milk, and sugar.

Milk and Booze! How To Make Sweet Milk Liqueur

Say hello to the newest addition to our liquor cabinet! This rather improbable combination of vodka and milk makes a liqueur so smooth and perfectly sweet that you'll want to sip it straight. Get the recipe, our review, and some ideas for using this sweet liqueur below. We love the idea of making our own liqueurs, and we've been wanting to try this milk liqueur ever since we saw it in David Leite's most recent book The New Portuguese Table. The hardest part about this liqueur is waiting for it to infuse. But strained a few times to catch all those milk solids, the resulting liqueur is perfectly clear with a lovely sunshine yellow hue. This is definitely a winner in our book. S'moretini Shooters. Me again.

S'moretini Shooters

Here to convince you that you need yet another trendy, insanely-flavored bottle of booze. I do what I can. I know what you’re thinking. “Does marshmallow vodka really taste that different from that whipped cream vodka you already insisted that I buy? Or how about the cake batter vodka that I went out and bought immediately in order to drink a cake martini for breakfast?” Well… not technically. You seriously don’t want to see our liquor cabinet. But don’t blame me. Don’t mind my fingerprints. I also like my marshmallows charred. I roast them ’til they’re flaming. The good news is that this world seriously CANNOT come up with another vodka flavor that I will have to run out and immediately purchase. [Right.] The best part? SMN_NEW_DandelionWineMAY10.gif (1288×754) Great Scot! It's whisky in a can ... eight shots for $5 to be sold in the United States. By Ellen Connolly Updated: 04:03 GMT, 4 January 2012 It's enough to make Scotch whisky connoisseurs choke on their single malt - a Scottish distillery has produced whisky in a can.

Great Scot! It's whisky in a can ... eight shots for $5 to be sold in the United States

Each can, which cannot be resealed once opened, will contain 12 ounces - about eight shots - of 80-proof 'single grain scotch whisky'. The company hopes to have the product on shelves in major American markets by February 1, retailing for $5 a can. Potent: Each can will contain about eight shots of 80-proof scotch whisky Unlike bottles, cans cannot be closed after they have been opened. Critics have argued that eight shots of a beverage with the same alcohol content as venerable scotches including Johnnie Walker Blue and The Glenlivet 12 is too many to be sold in a container that can't be resealed. The spirit has been distilled and matured for three years in oak casks in Scotland, according to the distillery company. Custom Beer Labels Free Online. Toast The Holidays With Beer Nog. ​Yes, beer nog.

Toast The Holidays With Beer Nog

The recipe comes from Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook, PR dude at Stone Brewing Co. and inventive homebrewer. Inspired by this sketch comedy bit, he brewed up a real batch made with homemade eggnog and Port Brewing Old Viscosity. He calls it "a Christmas drink for the ages. " Recipe after the jump. Beer Nog 6 eggs, separated (Clemens adds, "If you simply can't get past your FDA-instilled fear [of raw eggs], you can find in-shell pasteurized eggs in most grocery stores. ") 1/2 c sugar, plus 2 Tbsp2 1/2 c whole milk1 1/2 c heavy cream10 fl oz Port Brewing Old Viscosity or other dark, strong ale. Whisk 6 egg yolks and 1/2 cup sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer for several minutes, until the yolks lighten in color and double in volume.

Whisk 6 egg whites in cleaned stand mixer on high. Drinking Game: Rez-a-Roller. Everyone sits at a table, and takes turns rolling two six-sided dice.

Drinking Game: Rez-a-Roller

Direction of play starts counter-clockwise. With each roll there is an effect, one for each individual die, and possibly one for the combination of them. Single-Die Effects: 1 = Roller Drinks 2 = The Bitch Drinks (we'll get to that later) 3 = Person to Your Left Drinks 4 = Person to Your Right Drinks 5 = Social, Everyone Drinks 6 = You Pick 1 Person to Drink So, for starters, say you roll a 1 and a 5. Then you would have to drink, and then everyone would -- so you'd drink twice. Sweet and sour drinks. Beer To Try. Flaming Dr. Pepper. Make Flavored Vodka with Jolly Rancher Candies. Wisest Wizard. Also known as "Wizard Staff" this is a fairly new drinking game that always results in the mass consumption of canned beverages.

Wisest Wizard

Requirements: At least two participants (you can play by yourself but then you are an alcoholic) but the more the better, as much canned beer/beverages as you think all participants will drink (trust me, you don't want to have to get more later), at least one roll of duct tape, at least one (but preferably multiple) type of hard alcohol, one shot glass for each player. Bonus points if wizardesque clothing is worn! Rules: At the beginning of the game, players decide on any special rules, including at which point a boss must be fought. Boss fighting will be discussed later but generally it happens every 3rd or 5th level. See the "Special Rules" section for further explanation. Get-drunk-not-fat2.jpg (594×9896) 10 Jello Shots Worth the Hangover.