The charms of the Scooby snack drink are not new to me. Even so, there are hardly any who actually make use of this drink at home! It’s a shame, because when it comes to celebration the Scooby snack drink is great fun with a creamy and filling taste.
Posts Tagged ‘cocktail’
No one really cares how trash can drinks started, and we don’t know the original author(s) of this trash can punch drink. No offense to the creator, though—everyone is definitely grateful for whoever came up with these crazy drinks.
Have you ever heard of a mattress drink? Well, chances are that the person who was talking about it was actually referring to a madras drink, which is a refreshing cocktail that many enjoy during the summer months. I recently had one of these drinks, and I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to learn more about it so that I could create the drink at home.
It’s that time of the year when you might enjoy the Irish trash can drink! It’s a cocktail full of different colors and surprises. This drink is central to every college party and is great to serve at all the festivities happening year-round.
Ahh, the Moose Milk drink, a Canadian delicacy. A frothy alcoholic beverage served either warm or cold and shared amongst your (adult) family and friends. Some people also know it as Canadian Egg Nog.
When you hear the name of a beverage called Jesus juice drink, you might think it gives you the ability to turn water into wine or maybe walk on water. Well, that won’t happen, but if you drink too many of these, you might feel like you’re flying.
If you haven’t tried a mangonada or a chamango, you are in for a real treat. A mangonada is a fruit-based Mexican mango drink that features mangoes, lime juice, Chamoy sauce, chili powder, and usually features at tamarind straw. Although this drink is Mexican and origin it can be found commonly in states such as California, New Mexico, and Illinois. In some areas, it is also known as a chamango.
This bright blue cocktail is a delight to serve to your guests either in a punch bowl or as an individual cocktail. It is definitely more geared towards those who have a sweet tooth. Let’s get started with our take on the Moose Bowl Recipe.
Drinks served in copper mugs are popular in many areas, especially the Moscow Mule. People love copper mug drinks because copper is the perfect cup for keeping drinks cold for a long while and because the interaction between the copper and the slightly acidic ingredients in the drink changes the flavor of the drink.
There is a world of… creatively-named alcoholic drinks, and the dirty bong water drink has to be somewhere near the top. However, do not let the name put you off. it does not taste as gross as it sounds.