These 5 cocktails are guarenteed to get you DRUNK!
Summer time means party time!!
This cocktail is packed with happy juice... so much so that the bar where it was originally invented, Don The Beachcomber, has limited patrons to only 2 per person! With 3 different kinds of rum, among other things, you'll be partying all night long..... unless you hit the floor first.
1½ oz. Jamaican rum1½ oz. gold Puerto Rican rum1 oz. 151-proof Demerara rum½ oz. Donn’s Mix (a syrup made of cinamon, water, grapefruit juice and sugar)1 tsp. grenadinecrushed ice
Blend it all in a blender for a few seconds, saving the ice for last.
2. Death in the Afternoon
This potent drink consists of champagne and Absinth and was invented by Ernst Hemingway. How to make it? His instructions read: “Pour one jigger of absinthe into a Champagne glass. Add iced Champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.”
THREE TO FIVE?? I feel like just one would do the trick!
3. Long Island Ice Tea
Don't be fooled by the name! This one is not for casual Sunday afternoon sipping.... With 5 different types of alcohol (vodka, rum, tequila, gin and triple sec) this bad boy is about as potent as they come!
1 ounce vodka1 ounce gin1 ounce white rum1 ounce white tequila1/2 ounce Triple Sec2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice1/2 cup cola
Mix the alcohol and lemon juice in a cocktail mixer. Pour into 2 glasses and top off with ice and cola.
4. Bone Dry Martini
A martini isn't exactly the sweetest drink out there - usually vodka or gin mixed with vermouth. But take way the vermouth, mix the gin and vodka in equal parts and you get a bone dry martini..... which is basically 100% alcohol. Not sure how many of these I'd be able to down... sounds more like a shot than a cocktail!
1 part gin
1 part vodka
Mix well, serve cold.
5. Jungle Juice
This is certainly bringing back some college memories.... or rather lack thereof since you probably won't remember much after a couple of these! What makes this baby so potent? Vodka? Rum? Tequila? Nahh... that's for the weak! Jungle juice is made of PURE ALCOHOL! Fruit is soaked in grain alcohol (we're talking 95% here...) overnight. But when mixed with sweet lemonade, you'll hardly taste the alcohol. Sounds dangerous.....
1 bottle grain alcohol
Soak the fruit in the alcohol overnight. Add fruit to lemonade and serve cold.