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2012-04-04 11:05:21 PM
Dude with a splash of sour & water tastes identical to Mtn. Dew!
 
2012-04-04 11:05:52 PM

Dahnkster: [www.bourbonblog.com image 270x1100]
Does not suck.


Why would Van Gogh drink coconut vodak? Paul Gauguin maybe, but not Van Gogh. That's Stupid.
 
2012-04-04 11:07:29 PM
3 parts vodka, 1 part coke, pour into glass with ice. enjoy
 
2012-04-04 11:11:39 PM

cptjeff: ladyfortuna: Normally I'm not into the sweet drinks, but raspberry flavored? That almost sounds good, as long as it wasn't cloyingly sweet...

Try Chambord. It is sweet- it's a liqueur, but it doesn't pretend to be otherwise. Mix it with gin, maybe add some lemon juice... And it has the distinction of being a quality product made from real raspberries rather than crap made with artificial flavor and sugar.

Though according to wiki, their corporate overlord licenses the name to a flavored vodka. Bastards.

JWideman: ladyfortuna: JWideman: Flavored vodak is an abomination anyway, how can this particular flavor be any worse?

You leave my raspberry Smirnoff alone, ya hear?

How are you supposed to mix it with anything? The whole goddamned point of vodak is that it doesn't have its own flavor!

Well gee, it's almost like you're supposed to, ya know, balance flavors? A cocktail is not supposed to involve taking a juice and making it alcoholic. It's supposed to be about blending flavors to create a delightful whole, like cooking.


Try a Nuts & Berries: Chambord, Frangelica and cream.

Me? I like my vodak plain and chilled, thank you. No mixer and definitely no flavored vodaks, those are just too sickenly syrupy to me. Yuck.

/ok Sexy, I'm turning off the computer and going to sleep
 
2012-04-04 11:15:15 PM
The best of both worlds.

www.thegreenhead.com
 
2012-04-04 11:15:22 PM

cwsfa: Is there a milk-flavored vodak to go with it?


www.phresh.cc
 
2012-04-04 11:18:52 PM

Flupped Duck: Dude with a splash of sour & water tastes identical to Mtn. Dew!


If you mix it with sardines, do you get Dude Tastes Like a Lady?
 
2012-04-04 11:23:45 PM
I normally drink Jack Daniels or something like Maker's Mark... But this? I might actually have to make space in the liquor cabinet for one of these...

Jack Daniels Honey goes down a real treat though...
 
2012-04-04 11:23:54 PM

gojirast: Breakfast of Champions?


Ex champions.
 
2012-04-04 11:26:08 PM
Tonight I learned that we at the LCBO sell the most revolting drink ever. I took a picture of it to send a friend who would never believe it.

Ready for this?

www.darrellgoodman.com

That's right. Fluffed Marshmallow Vodak.

There is no God.
 
2012-04-04 11:30:48 PM
Can we play the answers to questions nobody asked game? I'll start. Subject: movies.

content6.flixster.com
 
2012-04-04 11:52:08 PM
Girl Drink Drunk (new window)

For your classic KITH fan
 
2012-04-04 11:56:52 PM
I foretold this disaster in my book -"It's Only Gonna Get Crappier From Here On In"
Random book selection of the week available at better dollar stores everywhere

Chapter three where I railed against the unlimited use of RootBeer Schnaps and the designer crap known as Malibu Rum. Which are by now (most likely) fully accepted and upstanding members of the Back Bar.

I warned you and you didn't listen. Doesn't take a Majik Eight Ball to see massive numbers of Renal Failure drunks in the not too distant future
 
2012-04-05 12:03:01 AM
Vodka fail. Fark you in the ass with a screwdriver, subby.
 
2012-04-05 12:04:27 AM
somebody call the whaaaaaambulance. You do know you have to ability to CHOOSE whether to drink peanut butter and jelly flavored vodka, right subby? Or did mommy and daddy never tell you that? I wouldn't buy this, or drink this, so it doesn't affect me.
 
2012-04-05 12:05:25 AM

smeegle: cowgirl toffee: smeegle: No but Vicks Vapor rub on my dogs nose is a hoot.

Have you tried concentrated breath drops on it's tongue?

Nope, never thought of that. Will it hurt them?


Naaaa. It freshens their breath and they make funny faces. In all seriousness, it is just alcohol with mint flavor. No harm. :)
 
2012-04-05 12:05:52 AM

cptjeff: ladyfortuna: Normally I'm not into the sweet drinks, but raspberry flavored? That almost sounds good, as long as it wasn't cloyingly sweet...

Try Chambord. It is sweet- it's a liqueur, but it doesn't pretend to be otherwise. Mix it with gin, maybe add some lemon juice... And it has the distinction of being a quality product made from real raspberries rather than crap made with artificial flavor and sugar.

Though according to wiki, their corporate overlord licenses the name to a flavored vodka. Bastards.

JWideman: ladyfortuna: JWideman: Flavored vodak is an abomination anyway, how can this particular flavor be any worse?

You leave my raspberry Smirnoff alone, ya hear?

How are you supposed to mix it with anything? The whole goddamned point of vodak is that it doesn't have its own flavor!

Well gee, it's almost like you're supposed to, ya know, balance flavors? A cocktail is not supposed to involve taking a juice and making it alcoholic. It's supposed to be about blending flavors to create a delightful whole, like cooking.


Interesting suggestion although the one and only time I had gin was by accident (late night, dim lights, dad's liquor closet), and it tasted like celery to me - I hate celery. It was cheap stuff though so I guess I could try again.

Also I was once on an Army base with some REAL drunks, and we discovered raspberry smirnoff + 7 up or Sprite, nice, fizzy, light, and will get you hammered in NO time.
 
2012-04-05 12:08:49 AM

cowgirl toffee: smeegle: cowgirl toffee: smeegle: No but Vicks Vapor rub on my dogs nose is a hoot.

Have you tried concentrated breath drops on it's tongue?

Nope, never thought of that. Will it hurt them?

Naaaa. It freshens their breath and they make funny faces. In all seriousness, it is just alcohol with mint flavor. No harm. :)


Also, her dog is a drunk, so it tolerates it.
 
2012-04-05 12:10:11 AM
I had some Fruit Loop flavored vodka at a place near me. It was delicious. I generally go for scotch, but when I saw it I could not resist trying it with Sprite. I don't remember who makes it, but it was called "Loopy". Three Olives maybe? Anyway, it's worth a try if you ever see it.
 
2012-04-05 12:13:35 AM
You don't know what you are missing.

Nut Liquor and Raspberry Jello makes the best Jello Shot ever!

Peanut Butter Jelly Shot!!!

i253.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-05 12:18:39 AM

SirGeorgeBurkelwitzIII: I had some Fruit Loop flavored vodka at a place near me. It was delicious. I generally go for scotch, but when I saw it I could not resist trying it with Sprite. I don't remember who makes it, but it was called "Loopy". Three Olives maybe? Anyway, it's worth a try if you ever see it.


Three olives does make " loopy ." It even has what appears to be fruit loops on the bottle so it makes it hard to miss if it is something you are interested in.
 
2012-04-05 12:21:48 AM

BackAssward: cowgirl toffee: smeegle: cowgirl toffee: smeegle: No but Vicks Vapor rub on my dogs nose is a hoot.

Have you tried concentrated breath drops on it's tongue?

Nope, never thought of that. Will it hurt them?

Naaaa. It freshens their breath and they make funny faces. In all seriousness, it is just alcohol with mint flavor. No harm. :)

Also, her dog is a drunk, so it tolerates it.


She is NOT a drunk. She only has the occasional drink. AND, she drinks in moderation.
 
2012-04-05 12:23:20 AM
It may have been mentioned, but...no mention of

SirGeorgeBurkelwitzIII: I had some Fruit Loop flavored vodka at a place near me. It was delicious. I generally go for scotch, but when I saw it I could not resist trying it with Sprite. I don't remember who makes it, but it was called "Loopy". Three Olives maybe? Anyway, it's worth a try if you ever see it.


Yeah, Three Olives. I loved the smell, but only had a tiny shot straight. It was awful straight. I've also had their Mt DUDE vodka, but I don't really remember it.
 
2012-04-05 12:31:01 AM

Helena Boner Carter: Lone Stranger: [freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com image 640x480]

[i1156.photobucket.com image 640x602]


Am I the only one who noticed, and found creepy, the fact there's no... Later dates on that stone.
 
2012-04-05 12:37:14 AM

ladyfortuna: Interesting suggestion although the one and only time I had gin was by accident (late night, dim lights, dad's liquor closet), and it tasted like celery to me - I hate celery. It was cheap stuff though so I guess I could try again.


Think of it as a dry, sharp flavor component. The defining flavor that makes it gin is the juniper- which is piney, and often oily. How oily it gets and how piney depends on the maker, since there are tons of other spices, at least in the good stuff. There are more citrusy gins, there are very oily junipery ones, there are peppery ones, Hendricks is cucumber and rose, there's a huge range. I don't drink it straight, I tend to use it as a dry ingredient to counterbalance sweet ones. Many people do drink it straight, though they delude themselves about it. Whadda ya think an "extra extra extra dry" martini is? The people who rant about how vermouth ruins the cocktail that consists solely of gin and vermouth are drinking straight gin.

Start with something like New Amsterdam if you're not sold on gin yet. It leans toward the citrus rather than the juniper, but is still balanced. I would also have a few gin and tonics, or other gin based long drinks. Tom Collins perhaps, just to get you used to the taste. When you want a crisp drink, there's nothing like a good gin based cocktail.
 
2012-04-05 01:44:41 AM
Thanks for the advice! Interesting to learn the particulars of it. Honestly Hendricks is the only one that sounds appetizing; juniper, pine, pepper, and citrus (except for real citrus like OJ) all kind of put me off in general. Perhaps I'll look into it.
 
2012-04-05 02:16:16 AM

cptjeff: ladyfortuna: Interesting suggestion although the one and only time I had gin was by accident (late night, dim lights, dad's liquor closet), and it tasted like celery to me - I hate celery. It was cheap stuff though so I guess I could try again.

Think of it as a dry, sharp flavor component. The defining flavor that makes it gin is the juniper- which is piney, and often oily. How oily it gets and how piney depends on the maker, since there are tons of other spices, at least in the good stuff. There are more citrusy gins, there are very oily junipery ones, there are peppery ones, Hendricks is cucumber and rose, there's a huge range. I don't drink it straight, I tend to use it as a dry ingredient to counterbalance sweet ones. Many people do drink it straight, though they delude themselves about it. Whadda ya think an "extra extra extra dry" martini is? The people who rant about how vermouth ruins the cocktail that consists solely of gin and vermouth are drinking straight gin.

Start with something like New Amsterdam if you're not sold on gin yet. It leans toward the citrus rather than the juniper, but is still balanced. I would also have a few gin and tonics, or other gin based long drinks. Tom Collins perhaps, just to get you used to the taste. When you want a crisp drink, there's nothing like a good gin based cocktail.


On describing gin to fellow teenagers at the time: "It tastes like tree bark."
 
2012-04-05 02:27:55 AM

Born to Die: Craps the Gorilla: Vodak?

A meme is born: The original Vodak thread, from 2006. (new window)


Holy crap, that thread was GOLD! Thanks for the link. I never realized how the whole vodak thing happened.

/laughed so hard I almost puked. Seriously.
 
2012-04-05 02:51:25 AM
Ryker's Peninsula: Absolut Vomit.

sites.google.com
 
2012-04-05 03:30:18 AM

eddievercetti: [agoodblaster.files.wordpress.com image 580x453]

These aren't bad, got though the new year.


My friend saw those somewhere, and I've been interested in grabbing a bottle of each, but I've no idea what they're like. Are they tasty straight, or are they best when mixed? (And if mixed, recipes, plz?)


Mambo Bananapatch: Tonight I learned that we at the LCBO sell the most revolting drink ever. I took a picture of it to send a friend who would never believe it.

Ready for this?

[www.darrellgoodman.com image 400x533]

That's right. Fluffed Marshmallow Vodak.

There is no God.


I'll give you that, it does look weird/nauseating, but I'm inclined to give it a try, because it's usually the really weird stuff that ends up being fun. That, and if properly mixed with some Bailey's and something else it could be a S'mores martini. :D
 
2012-04-05 05:02:28 AM
www.indiospirits.com

I've had this. It's pretty good, more tart than sweet, with that marionberry goodness. (If you've never had marionberries... well, I pity you)
 
2012-04-05 05:45:34 AM
All pre-flavored vodka sucks.

Period.
 
2012-04-05 08:35:50 AM
From the network that used the same scare tactics on useless articles about teenagers being able to buy airsoft guns (OH NO!) and how none of the cellphone companies (as in At&t) refuse to blacklist a stolen cellphone, making a stolen phone have a street value of MORE THAN A VILE OF PCP! ... I think I'll pass on clicking on the link.

But thanks anyway.
 
2012-04-05 09:47:25 AM
Here's what I want to know: When the tobacco companies are perceived to me marketing to kids, everyone goes ape-shiat crazy. But flavored vodkas have but one purpose: to attract teenagers, especially female teenagers. Yet, we never hear anyone going ape-shiat crazy about this. While alcohol isn't as addictive a drug as nicotine, it has been clearly shown that the younger someone is when they start abusing alcohol, the higher the risk of he/she is of becoming an alcoholic. Of course, what is needed is for the US to do away with the minimum legal drinking age altogether. If kids parents can teach them to consume alcoholic beverages responsibly within the correct social context, drinking ceases to be the forbidden fruit and binge drinking would all but disappear. Europe has always understood this.
 
2012-04-05 09:57:42 AM
I have been getting into Jeremiah Weed's Sweet Tea Vodka lately

cn1.kaboodle.com
 
2012-04-05 09:59:28 AM
Vodak sounds like the greatest Masters of the Universe character ever.
 
2012-04-05 10:27:57 AM

Tawnos: AllUpInYa: This is the only one you need for the house:
[lh6.googleusercontent.com image 220x220]
You a speaka my language, Sir/Madam. You are welcome at my house any time

This is the one you take to parties:
[lh4.googleusercontent.com image 90x90]

/schoolout

Wrong, this serves both purposes:
[www.amathusdrinks.com image 640x879]

 
2012-04-05 10:29:52 AM
it's been a while since my last post, but WTF happened there?
 
2012-04-05 01:34:36 PM
read this as 'PBR vodak', which would've been meh but better than the harsh reality of the product.
Sounds like something a high school kid might drink on a dare.
 
2012-04-06 05:13:53 PM

Your Average Witty Fark User: Vodka fail. Fark you in the ass with a screwdriver, subby.


Wow.

I find this to be neither average violence,

nor witty commentary,

but this is FARK,

and you are obviously a user,

and it most notedly is your post...

;)
 
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