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Date: 09 Jun 2007 16:40:51
From: Zeek!
Subject: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo
I "invented", if you will, a great adult beverage.
First of all, the name of this drink is The Kickin' Mule.
It's a two fisted drink because if you combined them one would ruin
the other.
Imagine standing behind a mule and having both rear hooves come at you
at once.
Here's the recipe:
In one hand...an espresso shot, in the other... a shot of your
favorite Kentucky Bourbon!
Here's the cadence: Le-e-eft (right), le-e-eft (right), left - right
- le-e-eft (right)! Repeat until empty and refill!

The bitterness of the espresso really brings out the sweetness of the
Bourbon. Don't you dare down these in one gulp like an immature
college kid! Sip slowly and savor the flavor.

Enjoy! ............Zeek!

Disclaimer: I take no credit for this drink if you ruin it by adding
sugar or anything else.

And besides, sugar = hangover!




 
Date: 12 Jun 2007 20:07:12
From: normstar
Subject: Re: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo
Sounds like a nice combination. As for the college kids, and all my
30+ year old social alcoholic friends for that matter, the rage
nowadays is Red Bull and Vodka. But in large doses combining the
stimulant caffeine and the depressant alcohold sounds like bad news to
me.

n*




 
Date: 09 Jun 2007 19:03:36
From: Moka Java
Subject: Re: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo
I don't know if this will work for me. I like bourbon well enough and
have Knob Creek and Bookers on hand. Problem is, my espresso isn't bitter.

R "OK, it's not really a problem" TF

Zeek! wrote:
> I "invented", if you will, a great adult beverage.
> First of all, the name of this drink is The Kickin' Mule.
> It's a two fisted drink because if you combined them one would ruin
> the other.
> Imagine standing behind a mule and having both rear hooves come at you
> at once.
> Here's the recipe:
> In one hand...an espresso shot, in the other... a shot of your
> favorite Kentucky Bourbon!
> Here's the cadence: Le-e-eft (right), le-e-eft (right), left - right
> - le-e-eft (right)! Repeat until empty and refill!
>
> The bitterness of the espresso really brings out the sweetness of the
> Bourbon. Don't you dare down these in one gulp like an immature
> college kid! Sip slowly and savor the flavor.
>
> Enjoy! ............Zeek!
>
> Disclaimer: I take no credit for this drink if you ruin it by adding
> sugar or anything else.
>
> And besides, sugar = hangover!


  
Date: 12 Jun 2007 16:23:00
From: Bertie Doe
Subject: Re: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo

"Moka Java" > wrote in message
>I don't know if this will work for me. I like bourbon well enough and have
>Knob Creek and Bookers on hand.

There must be a cure for it, MJ?

Bertie




   
Date: 12 Jun 2007 17:24:31
From: Moka Java
Subject: Re: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo
Bertie Doe wrote:
> "Moka Java" > wrote in message
>> I don't know if this will work for me. I like bourbon well enough and have
>> Knob Creek and Bookers on hand.
>
> There must be a cure for it, MJ?
>
> Bertie
>
>

Bertie, I have no ideal what you're getting at after you snipped half my
already short post.

T "Huh? Wha?" TF


  
Date: 10 Jun 2007 10:51:12
From: Zeek!
Subject: Re: Wonderful Caffeine/Alchohol Combo
On Sat, 09 Jun 2007 19:03:36 -0400, Moka Java
<rtwatches@fishyahoo.com > wrote:

I love Bookers! Always have a bottle or two on hand.

>I don't know if this will work for me. I like bourbon well enough and
>have Knob Creek and Bookers on hand. Problem is, my espresso isn't bitter.
>
>R "OK, it's not really a problem" TF