A Recipe for Disaster
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in All the world's a stage
Drinks named after natural disasters....that is.
I feel the earth ... move ... under mah feet:
9. Earthquake (Tremblement de Terre)
Is it the New Madrid fault causing the ground to shift under your feet -- or is it this absinthe cocktail purportedly invented byToulouse-Lautrec? We motion to redub this modern take the "Boobquake" in honor of, you know, feminism.
1 oz. absinthe
1 oz. gin
1 oz. bourbon
Fill a collins glass about one-quarter full with ice. Add absinthe, then gin, then bourbon. Stir with a straw -- or shake, if preferred -- and serve. (drinksmixer.com)
Is there a drink called a Polar Vortex?
That'll work. Brilliantly.
We gotta get good at hollowing out those centers so we can pour bourbon in!