Donald Trump, as we have learned, is a man of the people. Blue collar folks from all across the country voted for him because he just "gets" them. Reportedly. However, said people cannot likely afford to drink in the bar of his DC hotel, the most expensive bar in all of Washington.
Wheeeeee! With that altitude it would really pack a wallop.
Some people find the shape suggestive...
Sprite?!? Sprite?! Jesus, we are doomed.Also I can not stop looking at this woman's boobs and I am a fifty year old het woman.
Yeah, but it doesn't have to taste like a sorority punch made with Hi-C and Splenda.
why not both?
Actually, it's pretty good with lemon or lime juice and St. Germaine or a splash of Chartreuse. Use Gin instead of vodka and it's even better. The proper ratio is key. Mixing anything with single malt scotch is just wacky.
Bartells and James, wine and malt liquor, beverage of teens hook-ups in the 80's.Or Boone's Farm "wine".
yeah, but you can't get it at a table, only in a...booth
I'm guessing the ingredients were on the shell, marinating the oyster though. That could be tasty if you like oysters. Dropping all that in a glass full of vodka and ice cubes, cuz you know there's ice in there Trump liquor lunge, sounds like hot mess that tastes like salty snot.
For the love of humanity, don't tell us what toppings they put on it.
The lime is your first tip off, and it goes downhill from there.
Traditional Mint Julep:
1. Decent bourbon, a lot of it.
2. 1:1 simple syrup that you have steeped fresh mint leaves from your garden in while it was still hot - a little of it to taste. The fun is in the research.
3. A large amount of finely crushed ice, think adult snowball. Properly made, the ice is mounded above the rim of the glass.
4. A metal vessel, chilled in advance. You can use glass, but put it in the freezer for a while or something, the point is to be as cold as possible. These are smallish, about 6-8 oz, like a juice glass. It's straight bourbon ok?
5. A straw, two if you want to drink it faster. Proper julep vessels have a little metal straw that comes with them. Gulping from the side of the glass is not civilized, you will get ice up your nose.
6. A garden, a porch, a race track. Or at least a window and a strong imagination. These are for day drinking outdoors in the heat.
Combine the bourbon and the syrup, stir, then pour over crushed ice in a chilled julep vessel. Place a leaf or two of mint on top (not a fucking tree, ok?) Serve immediately.
Absofuckinglutely no lime or Sprite.
Does the Startender HA know how to make a
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I am absolutely ok with spending 20+ dollars on a cocktail, if that cocktail was created by Jose Andres and is being served at barmini. Holy crap that place was fantastic. Otherwise, not so much.
I'll pay good money for good liquor, but never that much, and never for the shit on that menu.
An $8 Bud Light is like getting ass fucked without lube in a canoe.
They've done wine tastings where they put cheap wine in expensive bottles. The "experts" couldn't tell the difference.