IdBeCrazyIf: Orange Whips?Three Orange Whips
This is cool, and I'm happy they included something that Marlowe drank.
bearded clamorer: Impressed with the inclusion of "Johnny Diamond's Sober-Up Fast Sauce"
I'm going to have to search for a copy of El Dorado and watch it, based on that recipe alone ... Practically speaking, I'm not sure if the Croton Oil will get a chance to do much, thanks to the Ipecac, but the idea is kind of hilarious...
Belligerent and Numerous: Philip Marlowe wasn't a character in Casablanca. And Philip is misspelled. But other than that, it's great!
Shadowtag: Belligerent and Numerous: Philip Marlowe wasn't a character in Casablanca. And Philip is misspelled. But other than that, it's great!I can see getting Marlowe and Spade mixed up, but Rick Blaine? Maybe the guy who created that should lay off the gin. Here's a helpful note. Casablanca was Blaine. The Big Sleep was Marlowe. The Maltese Falcon was Spade. Key Largo was MacLeod, The Petrified Forest was Duke Mantee. You don't get to tell me anything about movies until you know the difference./Always thought the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster included a brick and a twist of lemon.//We share three of the same mothers.
Norfolking Chance: Just because it has gin in it dose not make it a farking martini.A martini is ice cold gin and a small amount of vermouth.A dry martini is ice cold gin and a drop of vermouth.Anything with more than those two is not a martini. Anything with vodka is not a martini.
Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: I was gonna say that this thing fails if it doesn't have a Flaming MoeHomer... but it has a Flaming Moe Homer.
Cerebral Knievel: Here is the thing though...what people call a Martini glass, is actually called a Cocktail glass, and a martini is a indeed a cocktail... and vermouth is the flavoring ingredient.. traditional ratio is 2:1 a dry martini uses dry vermouth, a sweet uses sweet vermouth.. stirred with ice
Vash's Apprentice: No Romulan Ale?
HotWingAgenda: Cerebral Knievel: Here is the thing though...what people call a Martini glass, is actually called a Cocktail glass, and a martini is a indeed a cocktail... and vermouth is the flavoring ingredient.. traditional ratio is 2:1 a dry martini uses dry vermouth, a sweet uses sweet vermouth.. stirred with iceThank you for this. As someone who enjoys mixing and drinking actual martinis, I'm sick of d-bags trying to claim there's hardly any vermouth in the drink./I'm looking at you, Churchill//the world needs a detective that only drinks caipirinhas and caipiroshkas
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