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Caribou Lou

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Ya it’s like the ultimate party favor baby ya know
Two cups will get a hot one out of her clothes ya know
Caribou lou

It’s like
151 rum
Pineapple juice, and Malibu, caribou, get them all numb
Make baby girl come
Out of her shell and raise hell
Don’t stop till the cops come

Half a bottle of 151
Off of the jug one cup of Malibu rum
Baby that’s what’s up
Then you fill the rest of the jug
With pineapple juice, and it’s cracking
The only defect is waking up like “what happened?”
I like red light parties and fed right bodies
Who like, red like dolly and head right totties at night?
Aribou kay
Ou-la
Terrible day
You pay the liquor store teller with no hair or toupe
Tu shay.
Get the party jumping
Keep the hotties humping
I like them thick and juicy
So don’t palatte nothing
Drinking to much lou
You might be karate punching
Or at the back of the club
Pretending the naughty lunching
Satin,
Kool-aid get you hella 151
November dog
So run kitty run
We gonna drink it until we done
Diddy dum
Bum biddy bum
Here Kansas city come so give me some…

Ingredients:

  • Rum Bacardi 151 Proof
  • Cruzan Coconut Rum
  • Pineapple
  • Crushed Ice

Preparation:

Pour 103 millilitres (3.48 fluid ounces) of the Rum Bacardi 151 Proof
Pour 101 millilitres (3.42 fluid ounces) of the Cruzan Coconut Rum
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Pineapple
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Crushed Ice

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Vodka and Orange (Screwdriver)

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A Screwdriver is a popular highball drink made with orange juice and vodka. Sometimes it is referred to as “Vodka and Orange” or simply “Vodka Orange Juice.” While the basic drink is simply the two ingredients, there are many variations, many of these with multiple names, that can be found all over the world.

Ingredients:

  • Puriste Premium Vodka
  • Tropik Splash Orange Juice
  • Crushed Ice

Preparation:

Pour 90 millilitres (3.04 fluid ounces) of the Puriste Premium Vodka
Pour 180 millilitres (6.09 fluid ounces) of the Tropik Splash Orange Juice
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Crushed Ice

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Sake Bomb

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Shot glass of sake in a glass of beer

Ingredients:

  • Takasago Ginga Shizuku Sake
  • Beer Mug

Preparation:

Pour 50 millilitres (1.69 fluid ounces) of the Takasago Ginga Shizuku Sake
Pour 200 millilitres (6.76 fluid ounces) of the Beer Mug

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Katties Special Mix

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Absinthe, lemon, ice and bacardi

Ingredients:

  • Absinthe
  • Bacardi Superior
  • Crushed Ice
  • Yellow Lemon

Preparation:

Pour 20 millilitres (0.68 fluid ounces) of the Absinthe
Pour 10 millilitres (0.34 fluid ounces) of the Bacardi Superior
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Crushed Ice
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Yellow Lemon

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Porchcrawler

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A porchcrawler is a mixed drink made primarily of beer, vodka, and a sweetening agent (for instance, lemonade concentrate).[1][2] Sometimes rum or whiskey are included as well.[2][3] The final product is generally a highly-alcoholic, carbonated punch with a fruity taste and a light pink or yellow color. It is typically served from a large cooler of ice and is especially popular with North American college students. This popular drink is known as “ZBT Chance” at USC’s A.D. Chapte

Ingredients:

  • Beer Mug
  • Fentimans Victorian Lemonade Concentrate
  • Smirnoff Premium Vodka
  • Crushed Ice

Preparation:

Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Beer Mug
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Fentimans Victorian Lemonade Concentrate
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Smirnoff Premium Vodka
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Crushed Ice

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Black and Tan

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Black and Tan is a drink made from a blend of pale ale and a dark beer such as a stout or porter. Sometimes a pale lager is used instead of ale; this is usually called a half and half. Contrary to popular belief, however, Black and Tan is not a drink commonly consumed in Ireland. Indeed the drink has image problems in parts of Ireland and elsewhere due to the association with the Royal Irish Constabulary Reserve Force which was sent into Ireland by British Secretary of State for War, Winston Churchill, during the Lloyd George premiership in the early 1920s and nicknamed the Black and Tans.

Ingredients:

  • Fullers London Porter
  • Dominion Pale Ale Beer

Preparation:

Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Fullers London Porter
Pour 0 millilitres (0 fluid ounces) of the Dominion Pale Ale Beer

Hangman’s Blood

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Porter combined with brandy, gin, and rum.

Ingredients:

  • Bols Apricot Brandy
  • Gordon Gin
  • Cockspur Golden Rum
  • Fullers London Porter

Preparation:

Pour 50 millilitres (1.69 fluid ounces) of the Bols Apricot Brandy
Pour 50 millilitres (1.69 fluid ounces) of the Gordon Gin
Pour 40 millilitres (1.35 fluid ounces) of the Cockspur Golden Rum
Pour 120 millilitres (4.06 fluid ounces) of the Fullers London Porter

Down Low

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A shot of bourbon topped with 7 oz (198.45 grams). of beer.

Ingredients:

  • Knob Creek Bourbon Whiskey
  • Cascade Draught Beer

Preparation:

Pour 50 millilitres (1.69 fluid ounces) of the Knob Creek Bourbon Whiskey
Pour 210 millilitres (7.1 fluid ounces) of the Cascade Draught Beer

Brazilian Submarine

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A shot glass of Steinhäger dropped into a glass of beer.

Ingredients:

  • Schlichte Steinhager
  • Beer Mug

Preparation:

Pour 50 millilitres (1.69 fluid ounces) of the Schlichte Steinhager
Pour 180 millilitres (6.09 fluid ounces) of the Beer Mug

Black Velvet (beer cocktail)

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The Black Velvet is a beer cocktail made from stout beer (often Guinness) and white, sparkling wine, traditionally champagne.
The drink was first created by the bartender of the Brooks’s Club of London in 1861, to mourn the passing of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s Prince Consort. It is supposed to symbolise the black or purple cloth armbands worn by mourners.

Ingredients:

  • Guinness Beer
  • Champagne

Preparation:

Pour 70 millilitres (2.37 fluid ounces) of the Guinness Beer
Pour 70 millilitres (2.37 fluid ounces) of the Champagne

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