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True Dungeon Bartending School 14 years 6 days ago #1

I wanted to post a drink recipe here on the forums which Helene and I had come up with a few months ago by accident- just experimenting with things in our bar. We dubbed the drink "Creeper Extract" and while we don't make it all the time, it is a nice thing to have every once and a while because of its unusual, floral taste and creepy blue-green hue.<br /><br />Anyone else have any TD-inspired drink recipes to share?<br /><br />Creeper Extract<br />
<br />2 shots (2 oz.) Magellan gin<br />1 shot (1 oz.) St. Germain liquor <br />7-UP<br /><br />Shake Magellan and St. Germain in ice until cooled, then<br />strain into a standard martini glass. Top with 7-UP to<br />taste. Although spanish moss makes an excellent garnish,<br />we don't really recommend it.<br /> <br />Cheers,<br />WJ
Legally... its questionable. Morally... its disgusting. Personally... I *like* it.

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Re: True Dungeon Bartending School 13 years 11 months ago #2

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Dryads prefer it with a cherry garnish ;)

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Re: True Dungeon Bartending School 13 years 11 months ago #3

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Green Slime<br />
<br />1/2 oz vodka<br />1/2 oz coconut rum<br />1/2 oz banana rum<br />1/2 oz midori melon liquor<br />1/2 oz Hypnotiq liquor<br />3 oz lemon lime soda<br /><br />Garnish with a lychee agar-agar jelly and watch the green slime wiggle in the glass as you drink ... :)

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