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Old 04-15-2014, 09:40 PM   #111
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Our favorite:

Whipped Cream Vodka
Orange Crush Soda

Tastes like a Dreamsicle!

I want to try this!!!
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:12 AM   #112
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That's why mine didn't taste very good....I needed the flavored vodka!.....note to self.....
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:57 AM   #113
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One small ice cube, three fingers of 8 Seconds Canadian Blend. Smooth. Hard to find around here (state stores suck) but Pendleton will do in a pinch.
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:30 AM   #114
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Trikebubble, what is a Caeser's?
My uncle from Toronto loved to use Clamato mix.... Was it for bloody mary's?
Our local Schnucks grocery stores sell it!
We wet the rim of a tall glass with a lime wedge then dip the rim in celery salt. In that glass pour a couple ozs vodka over ice, a few drops tabasco, worchestshire sauce,a wedge of lime ( or lime juice) some pepper and top off with Motts Clamato juice then you can garnish it with a celery or a pickle spear or a pickled asparagus.
I'll only have one or two cause they are very high in sodium and go down waaay too fast. Then it time to switch to Scotch!!
Another thing I like to do is have a beer and Clamato ( we call it a red eye) every once in a while!!
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Old 04-16-2014, 12:46 PM   #115
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We wet the rim of a tall glass with a lime wedge then dip the rim in celery salt. In that glass pour a couple ozs vodka over ice, a few drops tabasco, worchestshire sauce,a wedge of lime ( or lime juice) some pepper and top off with Motts Clamato juice then you can garnish it with a celery or a pickle spear or a pickled asparagus.
I'll only have one or two cause they are very high in sodium and go down waaay too fast. Then it time to switch to Scotch!!
Another thing I like to do is have a beer and Clamato ( we call it a red eye) every once in a while!!

I have an uncle in Toronto, and that is just how he likes em too!!!! I have never tried it with Clamato!
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We came across this drink while we were in Gulf Shores. My wife loved it.

The Bushwacker ( I love the name)

1 oz Malibu rum
1 oz Kahlua
1 oz Dark Crème de Cacao
1 cup Vanilla ice cream
½ oz Bacardi 151 rum

Mix all ingredients in a blender except for the 151. Pour into a glass and top it with the 151 rum. Optionally dust with cocoa dust and add a cherry on top.

How can you not like a drink that contains ice cream?
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Old 04-16-2014, 03:44 PM   #117
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When we were in Perdido Key, we walked to a beach bar called Floribama. Thats where I had my first Bushwacker!!! Oh My Word are they yummy!!!! Be careful cause they can sneak up on you. There was a gal at a table who had like 5 empty glasses in front of her, and asIi walked by her, her head turned to follow me, but her eyes had to catch up! It was so funny!!
So I only drink 4 at a time....I'm just sayin....
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It's easy to get lost inside the Floribama if you drink too much.

We were introduced to the Bushwacker at Tacky Jack's in Gulf Shores. They have excellent wings too.
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It's easy to get lost inside the Floribama if you drink too much.

We were introduced to the Bushwacker at Tacky Jack's in Gulf Shores. They have excellent wings too.

We went to Tacky Jacks in Florida too! Got a t-shirt there!
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ice cold Jim Beam Red Stag on the rocks..
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