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Old 06-27-2013, 07:46 PM
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Default My top 3 favorite shooters

WARNING: These are not for the faint of heart...these are serious drinks and will seriously mess a person up...they will mess a person up fast.


Black Fang Venom

This more one of my favorite shooter. You can't drink many of them too quick or you'll end up on the floor.

1 ounce 171.5 proof white lightning
1/2 ounce stoli hot
1/2 ounce Mead Base Absinthe or Absinthe skull (Skull must be diluted 1 part absinthe to 2 parts water)

Mix in shot glass and enjoy responsibly....

(name removed) banshee ex

1/4 ounce Jack daniels honey
1/4 ounce tequila
1/4 ounce sambuca
1/4 ounce Stoli hot

Mix together and slam


Devil woman's kiss

1/3 ounce uv candy bar vodka
2/3 ounce sambuca
3 espresso beans

Mix and light in glass. Swirl the contents around then snuff the flame with your hand creating a vaccume. Slam while still hot. Do not choke on beans...eat beans after if you wish or reuse.

WARNING: Generally less then 7 of these will put you down for the night!
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Shouldn't this be in an 'adult' section? ;-)
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Shouldn't this be in an 'adult' section? ;-)
Nah it's about mixing up beverages from premade selections...
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Shouldn't this be in an 'adult' section? ;-)

No. This is alcohol.

Not the usual racist rants and sexual innuendo that piles up in the "adult" section. You know that place where the good people pretend they have never heard such a thing then, revel in it.
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My favorite?

Cold Sambuca. Plain in a shot glass.

Followed by cold vodka, good vodka, the better distilled, the better vodka.

Sometimes, maybe one of the sugary concoctions, sold at bars some people can drink but, not taste the alcohol..... the lemon drop.
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