50mL of your own salty tears
Patrón tequila and plenty of it.
- 1 part Bärenjäger honey liqueur
- 2 parts fresh brewed tea (cold)
- Lemon wedge for garnish
The above is a general guide, better to mix to your preference. Drink on ice with lemon.
Some Young Punks Squid’s Fist Sangiovese Shiraz
(Slow) Death in the Afternoon
30 ml Absinthe (or Pernod if you live in a country where absinthe is illegal due to the belief that it’s like LSD or meth for some reason)
“Pour one jigger absinthe into a Champagne glass. Add iced Champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.”
– as recommended by Hemmingway
Honestly, that should about do it.
Beer – the kind you find in the back of the cupboard because someone gave it to you at a dinner party you hosted once and you always meant to bring it out the next time they came around again but you always seemed to forget and now it’s six months out of date and you’re not sure it’s supposed to be that colour but it’s imported so maybe it is meant to be like that. Whatever, it’s beer.
500 ml vanilla or citrus vodka
Pour vodka into a spray bottle. Aim at mouth hole, fire at will.
45 ml Canadian Club
15ml sweet vermouth
Stir and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
The Lost Days of Agatha Christie
45ml orange juice
dash of bitters
Mix together in a big jug, drink untill blackout and lose eleven days. Abandon car wreck to garnish.
20 ml. of Malibu
20 ml. banana cream
20 ml. Grand Marnier
60 ml. pineapple juice
30 ml. coconut cream
Shake, strain, serve.
NOT recommended: this version
1 3/4 oz cachaca
3/4 oz chocolate syrup
3/4 oz pineapple juice
1 1/2 oz papaya juice
3/4 oz cream
Fruit Juice Cocktail (alcohol free in the book, add white rum/vodka/cachaca as you see fit)
1 oz orange juice
1 oz grapefruit juice
1 oz passion-fruit juice
1 oz mango juice
1 oz pineapple juice
1/4 oz lime juice
1/2 oz kiwi syrup