Watermelons: Natures Keg. Still pumping your watermelons full of rum?
What is this, summer camp? It’s time to grow up and start converting your watermelons into kegs. The instructions for the Watermelon Keg come from none other than the National Watermelon Promotion Board—which surprisingly is an actual thing. Essentially you slice off a thin layer from the bottom end, slice open the top, scoop out the meat (or liquefy with booze), and jam a spigot in the front. Presto! Materials Instructions Wash the watermelon under cool running water and pat dry.On a cutting board, place the watermelon on its side and cut off 1/4”-1/2” from both ends, being careful not to cut too deep into the white part of the rind. Nutella Shots. Guess what I am drinking tonight? Ingredients & Measurements: • 1 cup ice • ½ cup milk • 2 tablespoons Nutella • 1 shot Baileys or Frangelico Hazelnut liquor • 1 shot vanilla vodka Instructions: Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until thick and creamy.
Pour into shot glasses and then you simply rim the shot glass with Nutella. That’s it, now it’s time to get stinking drunk…enjoy! Wine Types Chart. The 20 Best Movie Drinking Games. It's St Patrick's Day, and no doubt the pressure is on to head downtown for a few jars this evening (or, if you're a student, when doors open).
For the budding film fanatic, though, that cuts into viewing time, so here's the ideal way to keep inebriates and cinephiles alike happy. We've compiled some of the best movie drinking games from the collective wisdom of web-based boozers, as well as adding a few on our own. Sci-fi, gangster flicks, comedies and thrillers, classics and modern hits are all catered for. 15 New Drinks to Thrill Your Taste Buds. Scotch whiskey in a can costs $5. Scottish Spirits Scottish Spirits in a can features 80-proof liquor that’s been aged for three years in the Highlands.
Attention, fans of boxed wine: Why not try Scotch in a can? For a mere $5, drinkers may soon be able to pop open a can and chug 12 ounces of whisky. “Scotch in a can boasts an exceptional blend of the finest malt and grain scotch whiskies, is amber in color (and is) rich in honey, vanilla, butterscotch, apples and pears taste with a nice hint of peat and smoke in the background,” according to the Orlando, Fla. -based company Scottish Spirits.
While the idea may seem comical — or even downright criminal to Scotch enthusiasts, Scottish Spirits executive Ken Rubenfeld told the Huffington Post that it’s the pour that matters, not the vessel. Drinking Games. Have fun with The Webtender's collection of drinking games, but be extremely careful if you play any these games, especially the ones with high buzz factors.
The collection was created as an aid to responsible adults who know their limits (and not to cross them) when it comes to drinking, and not to promote this kind of drinking behavior. You should of course be of legal drinking age if you want to play these games with beer or drinks, but anyone can play these games with non-alcoholic beverages as well. For more fun, visit the Web Site Index and go to one of the sites listed there.
Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes Recipe. As I mentioned on Friday, I have been doing some experimentation with the beer and chocolate combination.
The Guinness-chocolate ice cream that I made totally kicked butt, so I couldn’t wait to see how I liked beer and chocolate in my cake. The answer? I like it, a whole heck of a lot. This was my first time doing Guinness-chocolate cakes, and I was totally optimistic that I would love it, and I was definitely right. These cupcakes are fashioned after the popular drink that consists of a shot of Baileys Irish Cream and Irish whiskey dropped into a pint of Guinness. These cupcakes consist of a Guinness-chocolate cake base, which has a wonderful depth of flavor and is also supremely moist. While you can’t really taste the beer in the cupcakes (it serves as more of a flavor enhancer for the chocolate), you can definitely taste the alcohol in the filling and the frosting. 10 Jello Shots Worth the Hangover.
Never mindful of the rules, this week we created a blasphemous bartending nightmare by skipping the shaker for some rotating blades. Yep, everything is headed for the blender including the whiskey. Um, please muffle all outraged screams until you have tried this. Along with the whiskey are some sweet cherries, tart apples and a lime to create a popsicle that will assist you with obtaining your daily fruit serving. So while we may not be rule-minded we’re a thoughtful bunch and giving you two options for your whiskey. Cherry Apple Whiskey Sour Poptails Makes eight 2-and-1/4-oz. popsicles · 3 cups cherries (weighing 1lb) · 1 large green apple (weighing 6oz) · 1 lime (weighing 3 1/2oz) · 1 cup whiskey · ½ cup of sweet and sour mix (homemade recipe follows) 1. 2. 3. Sweet and Sour Mix · 1/2 cup water · 1/2 cup sugar · 1 cup lemon juice. Jolly Rancher Vodka.