November 24, 2013

Apparently Breakfast Cereal in Cocktails is a Thing Now

mikey_likes_it.JPGCamper English is dropping some cocktail science, as per usual, but today it takes a little bit more of a...childish bent than usual. He tells of bars around the world (over a dozen by his count) utilizing kid's breakfast cereal to make delicious cocktails. In his words, "Some folks are serving them up in bowls with a spoon, while others are infusing cereal into milk or directly into liquor," and as odd as it sounds, some of them sound freakin' delightful. Maybe we'll get ahead of the curve with this breakfasty trend and make some Egg McMuffin cocktails - people seemed to like the McNuggetini cocktail that went around the web a few years ago, right?

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 24, 2013 8:36 PM
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