The vast majority of the FNDC have a lot of Irish blood in them. It’s likely that many of our ancestors came across the Atlantic during the 1800s, but the result is that we all have Jameson in our liquor cabinets today. In recognition of our (mostly) common Irish roots, the Friday Night Drunk Club is going to hook you up with our own Irish Car Bomb recipe, and we can even talk about how the Irish Car Bomb was originally created.
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Halloween is near, and revelers everywhere are looking for appropriate drinks to celebrate with. Recently, I discovered a tasty cinnamon flavored drink called the Flaming Pumpkin Pie. This shooter is simple to make, and perfect to serve to guests during any of the autumn or winter holidays. A typical home bar will already have the four ingredients necessary, so let’s proceed to take a closer look at the Flaming Pumpkin Pie.
Many times, a shot is named for something that tastes only tangentially like its name. Not so with the Green Gummy Bear. This shot tastes like a candy you know and love, and also gets you wasted. Despite being green, this popular shot has a light orange taste. So put on your safety belt and get ready to ride the Green Gummy Bear shot!
The days are getting colder, perhaps it’s time to grab something that will warm your bones. If that’s what you’ve been thinking, then let me introduce you to the Hot Apple Pie Shot. This drink will remind you of the homemade pie your grandmother used to make, while delivering a powerful kick of Everclear. This drink is different from many others; the preparation goes on in the kitchen instead of behind the bar.
With 4/20 just a day away, I can’t think of a better time to publish our Scooby Snack drink recipe. We’ve been getting a fair number of people looking for it, so I guess you could say this article is by popular demand. Why is it called a Scooby Snack anyway? This Scooby Snack recipe is pretty tropical tasting. Maybe it got its name because Shaggy and Scooby might enjoy it along with one of those godawful sandwiches they put together. Don’t worry, after the recipe, we’ll talk about some of the reasons why Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are believed to be hitting the bong in the back of the Mystery Machine.
In the late 1990s, a revolutionary new drink took American bars by storm. At first, this concoction was dubbed a Red Bull Blaster, but gradually became known as the Jägerbomb. Like other “bomb-shot” drinks, the Jäger Bomb is guzzled as fast as possible after dropping a shot of liquor into a glass of something carbonated, in this case, energy drinks. Let’s examine why this drink in particular has become so popular.