July 20, 2010

Gulf Spill Cocktail Recipe

gulf-spill.jpgIt's pretty rare that we go topical, but it's kind of hard to ignore something as big as the BP oil spill, and we'd feel remiss if we didn't chime in. Our natural tendency is to ass off about the state of things, but you've got that pretty well covered.

Instead, we present to you the Gulf Spill, a cocktail from Gwen over at Intoxicated Zodiac. Our plan for a similar theme was to just start pouring Jagermeister into our mouth and not stop for three months or so...hers sounds like a better (and probably more delicious) alternative.

Grab the recipe after the jump.


1.5 blueberry juice oz
.5 oz kahlua
.5 oz chocolate liqueur (i prefer godiva)
3 blueberries
sand colored sugar, like raw or demerara

bar spoon chocolate sauce to make extra chocolatey! if you're an addict, and chocolate is your poison, might i suggest CHOCAGAVE. this stuff is amazing and sort of healthy (considering that it is chocolate sauce!)

rim the glass with sugar that will symbolize sand.
shake all ingredients over ice and strain into glass.
float blueberries on top to symbolize dead sea creatures.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 20, 2010 8:57 PM
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The blueberries could also be seen as simulating tarballs.

Posted by: Modemac at July 22, 2010 12:05 PM
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