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(Mental Floss)   16 creative Christmas beverages and Jello shots to lift your spirits   ( mentalfloss.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Grand Marnier, non-alcoholic beverage, cranberries, schnapps, marshmallows, drinks, liquors, pomegranate juice  
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2012-12-21 10:09:35 AM  
There's some nice ones in there that I will have to try.

Of course, I will have the wassail + spice rum standing by as always.
2012-12-21 10:43:40 AM  
More like 16 barf inducers, amiright?
2012-12-21 11:04:46 AM  
Things to drink if you want to spend Boxing Day staring into the toilet bowl.
2012-12-21 11:50:04 AM  
Those candy cane jello shots look awesome, I have to try them.
2012-12-21 08:31:30 PM  

obeymatt: More like 16 barf inducers, amiright?

2012-12-22 08:28:51 AM  
Here's another to try. The creator of this says that Sam Adams Chocolate Bock works well.

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3 eggs, separated
240 ml whole milk
240 ml heavy cream
45g sugar
6 oz (half a bottle) dark, sweet ale

In a cocktail shaker, mix egg yolks, milk, cream, sugar and a good amount of fresh grated nutmeg (about a 1/2 teaspoon) well. Add the ale. Shake some more--this will cause a pressure build up, so be prepared.

In a bowl, whip the egg whites, adding a bit of sugar, until stiff peaks form.

Fold the egg whites into the yolk mixture in your serving bowl.

When serving, garnish each glass with a little bit of nutmeg
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