amaretto liqueur

Jay Z and Beyoncé, photographed drinking D’USSÉ “The Code” cocktails on a beach in Hawaii on June 18, 2016. The cocktail consists of D’USSÉ, pineapple juice, Disaronno amaretto liqueur, Angostura aromatic bitters, and wedges of lemon to serve.

Plan for tonight...

…loosen up my writer’s block for the latest instalment in my slash series, ‘The Glitches and the Glows’ by getting drunk on copious cocktails. Tonight’s choice is 'Cherry Tart’ - equal parts amaretto to cherry liqueur.

(The last time I got pished, I bashed out “Dutch Courage” in 3 hours so you never know…)

What’s Your Home State’s Signature Cocktail

America boasts an almost endless array of liquor, making the choice of one signature cocktail for each state a tricky task. But every state gets tipsy in its own special way, and we chose these cocktails with some semblance of logic: a combination of state of origin, popularity, and exclusivity. Not everyone will agree with all the choices, but hey, it’s all still booze. And booze is great. Cheers!

1. Alabama

Drink: The Alabama Slammer (Amaretto, Southern Comfort, Sloe Gin, orange juice)

Why?: Legend has it that the drink originated in the state in the 1970’s and is known as the signature drink of The University of Alabama Crimson Tide

2. Alaska

Drink: The Smoked Salmon Bloody Marry (Smoked Salmon Vodka, V-8 Juice, Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce,sugar, salt & pepper)

Why?: Alaska Distillery has recently produced vodka made with a secret recipe of smoked salmon caught in the Gulf of Alaska.

3. Arizona

Drink: The High and Dry (Mandarin Vodka, Triple Sec)

Why?: During the prohibition era, Phoenix featured a"secret bar" behind a bookshelf in the Arizona Biltmore, where “every self-respecting gentleman” had access to a decent highball

4. Arkansas

Drink: The Arkansas Razorback (Rum, Vodka, Amaretto Liqueur, Kahlua)

Why?: The popular cocktail shares its name with the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. You can even buy cocktail glasses embellished with the Razorback mascot

5. California

Drink: The Mai Tai (Light Rum, Dark Rum, Lime juice, Orange juice, orgeat syrup)

Why?: This fruity beverage is said to have been created by Victor “Trader Vic” Buergon at his Polynesian-style restaurant in Oakland, California.

6. Colorado

Drink: The Snowball (Vodka, Fresca, Lime juice)

Why?: The interesting combo of vodka and lemonade is also popular in the U.K., but this combo of Colorado Premium Vodka and Fresca makes this drink uniquely Coloradan 

7. Connecticut

Drink: The Limonata (Vodka, Sparkling Lemonade, blood - orange juice)

Why?: Available exclusively at Ballo at the Mohegan Sun in Monteville, Connecticut, this drink features a sphere of frozen blood orange that adds sweet flavor to the cocktail as it melts.

8. Delaware

Drink: Blueberry Vodka Tonic (Vodka, Blueberries and lots of Time

Why?: Unlike typical vodka tonics, Delaware’s blueberry version features a vodka infused with fresh blueberries for over a month.

9. Florida

Drink: The Rum Runner (Captain Morgan, blackberry liqueur, creme de bananes, orange juice)

Why?: Rum Runners are said to have been invented in the 1950’s at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar in Islamorada, Florida.

10. Georgia

Drink: The Scarlet O'Hara (Southern Comfort, cranberry juice, lime wheel)

Why?: There are several varieties to “The Scarlet O'Hara” but  in Georgia, they typically feature Southern Comfort.

11. Hawaii

Drink: The Blue Hawaiian (Light Rum, Vodka, Blue curacao, Pineapple juice,sweet & sour mix)

Why?: This tropical cocktail was invented by Harry Yee, a legendary bartender at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.

12. Idaho

Drink: Spring Whiskey Sling (Blended whiskey, Lime juice, sugar, water)

Why?: The Red Feather Lounge in Idaho features a famed Spring Whiskey Sling that was featured in the “Best of List” in The New York Times.

13. Illinois

Drink: The Chicago Fizz (Dark rum, Ruby port, lemon juice, sugar, club soda, egg white)

Why?: While New Orleans is credited with the origination of the fizz, the Chicago variation’s claim to fame was its popularity at the Waldorf-Astoria bar in New York during the pre-prohibition era.

14. Indiana

Drink: The Refined Janet Guthrie (Sweet Tea vodka, Refined Mixers margarita mix)

Why?: In honor of the Indy 500, this beverage was created to commemorate the first woman that qualified and drove in the race.

15. Iowa

Drink: The Iowa Sunrise (Bacardi white rum, Vodka, Lemonade, Sprite, Orange juice, grenadine)

Why?: While similar to many cocktails in composition, the Iowa version is said to represent the beautiful sunrise over Iowa in winter mornings.

16. Kansas

Drink: The Pendergast (Buffalo Trace Bourbon, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, and Angostura bitters)

Why?: This cocktail is named for Thomas Pendergast, a Kansas City politician famed for his populist touch and connections with the Mafia during the Prohibition.

17. Kentucky

Drink: The Mint Julep (Bourbon, sugar, water)

Why?: The origins of the drink are murky, but the mint julep was introduced by US Senator Henry Clay during the 18th century.

18. Louisiana

Drink: The Sazerac (Rye Whiskey, Peychaud’s bitters, sugar, absinthe)

Why?: In June 2008, the Louisiana Legislature proclaimed the Sazerac as New Orleans’ official cocktail.

19. Maine

Drink: Dust to Dust (Cold River Vodka, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, Aperol, ginger syrup)

Why?: The bar Grace, located in Portland, Maine, is famous for this unique ginger cocktail.

20. Maryland

Drink: The Black-Eyed Susan (42 Below Vodka, Early Times Kentucky Whiskey, sweet & sour mix, and orange juice)

Why?: The cocktail, named after Maryland’s state flower, is the official drink of the Preakness Stakes.

21. Massachusetts

Drink: Drink: The Cape Codder (Vodka and cranberry juice)

Why?: The drink was conceived by the Ocean Spray cranberry growers under the name “Red Devil,” which was later changed to “The Cape Codder” in the 1960’s.

22. Michigan

Drink: Drink: The Golden Cadillac (Creme de cacao (white), Vodka, Galliano, blueberries, water, sugar, and lemon juice)

Why?: While the cocktail was created in California, it’s famed name (Cadillac, of the Motor City origin) and taste has made it a popular beverage in many bars in Michigan.

23. Minnesota

Drink: Drink: The Bootleg (Bootleg mix, gin, vodka/light rum, and club soda)

Why?: Bootleg cocktails are made specifically from Bootleg Mix, which can only be purchased from the Woodhill Country Club in Wayzata, Minnesota.

24. Mississippi

Drink: Drink: Mississippi Punch (Dark rum, bourbon, brandy/cognac, fresh lemon juice, and sugar)

Why?: This cocktail recipe was first printed in Jerry Thomas’ The Bon Vivant’s Companion, attributing its location in Mississippi.

25. Missouri

Drink: The Missouri Mule (Bourbon, Applejack, lemon juice, Campari, and Cointreau)

Why?: The cocktail was created for President Harry S. Truman, with its name representing his home state of Missouri and the donkey mascot of the Democratic Party.

26. Montana

Drink: The Montana Tornado (Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey, gin, tequila, and 7 Up)

Why?: Unlike other tornados, the Montana Tornado features 7 Up instead of the commonly used Coca-Cola. The drink is also served in a mason jar instead of the typical cocktail glass.

27. Nebraska

Drink: The Kool-Aid Caddy (Orange vodka and Kool-Aid)

Why?: Kool-Aid was invented in Hastings, Neb, by Edwin Perkins. Naturally, the state boasts a beverage in his honor.

28. Nevada

Drink: The Nevada Cocktail (Light rum, grapefruit juice, lime juice, and sugar)

Why?: In honor of Nevada Day, which falls on the last Friday of October, many drink this cocktail to celebrate.

29. New Hampshire

Drink: The Gin-Esaisquoi (Lillet blanc, Velvet Falermum, egg whites, and orange bitters)

Why?: This drink was originated at the White Mountain Cider Company in Glen, NH by bartender Jeff Grdinich for his friend Kevin Ginestet, who, ironically, is allergic to eggs and does not drink alcohol.

30. New Jersey

Drink: The Applejack (Applejack brandy, lemon juice, and grenadine)

Why?: During the colonial period in New Jersey, the Applejack was used as currency to pay road construction crews. New Jersey also boasts the oldest licensed distillery, Laird & Company, which continues to produce applejack.

31. New Mexico

Drink: La Paloma (Tequila and grapefruit soda)

Why?: This cocktail was first recognized in Evan Harrison’s Popular Cocktails of the Rio Grande. Known as “The Dove” in Spanish, it’s origins are claimed to be somewhere along the Rio Grande.

32. New York

Drink: The Moscow Mule (Vodka, lime juice, ginger beer)

Why?: The cocktail is said to have been invented in 1941 by John G. Martin of G.F. Heublein Brothers, Inc., an East Coast spirit producer and Jack Morgan, President of Cock ‘n’ Bull Products.

33. North Carolina

Drink: Dirty Beetz (Vodka, beet juice, lime juice, and orange juice)

Why?: The Fiction KItchen, a local Raleigh haunt, features this cocktail. Created by Christopher Tamplin, the use of beets creates a vibrantly colored cocktail when garnished with a lime and orange peel. 

34. North Dakota

Drink: The Howlin’ Wolf (White Creme de Menthe, blue curacao, vodka, and Sprite)

Why?: It’s no surprise that this drink is named after North Dakota’s state animal, the coyote (AKA prairie wolf).

35. Ohio

Drink: The Black Gold (Captain Morgans, Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila, Sierra Mist, and Grenadine)

Why?: The Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont Stakes have specialty cocktails, naturally the folks in Thistledown wanted to create a drink to represent the Ohio Derby. The Black Gold is named after the only horse to win both the Kentucky Derby and the Ohio Derby.

36. Oklahoma

Drink: The Farmer’s Daughter (Vodka, fresh strawberries, basil leaves, and simple sugar)

Why?: Lobby Bar, located in Oklahoma City, specializes in maintaining the tried-and-true nature of cocktails while adding an individual twist, crafting each individually with added, natural ingredients. Each of their Farmer’s Daughter cocktails is made with fresh fruit.

37. Oregon

Drink: Flaming Ring of Fire (High proof rum, whiskey, and tabasco sauce)

Why?: Named after Oregon’s location in “The Pacific Ring of Fire ”, this shot turns up the heat with added Tabasco sauce.

38. Pennsylvania

Drink: The Bronx (Gin, Sweet red vermouth, dry vermouth, and orange juice)

Why?: Strangely, this cocktail was created by Joseph S. Sormani in Philadelphia, a retired Bronx restauranteur.

39. Rhode Island

Drink: Rhode Island Red (Partida Blanco tequila, chambord, lemon juice, agave nectar, orange bitters, and ginger beer)

Why?: While hailing from California, this drink was created to salute the 350th anniversary of Rhode Island’s reception of a Colonial Charter.

40. South Carolina

Drink: The Hemingway Mojito (Bacardi, sunset-red Italian Campari, muddled mint & grapefruit, soda water, and grapefruit juice)

Why?: Amen Street’s, located in Charleston, mixologists created a cocktail to match the colorful like of Ernest Hemingway. The drink boasts beautiful colors to reflect Hemingway’s love for Key West’s sunsets.

41. South Dakota

Drink: The President (Light rum, grenadine, and orange juice)

Why?: Over 2 million people visit South Dakota annually to visit this befitting cocktail’s dedication, the Presidents of Mount Rushmore.

42. Tennessee

Drink: Lynchburg Lemonade (Jack Daniel’s whiskey, Triple sec, sweet & sour, and Sprite)

Why?: This famous cocktail got its name from the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Alabama restauranteur Tony Mason brought JD to court, alleging that the distillery stole his recipe, but a judge declined his request for $13 million in damages.

43. Texas

Drink: The Mexican Martini (Tequila, Cointreau orange liqueur, sweet & sour mix, lime juice, orange juice, and Sprite)

Why?: This cocktail variation of a margarita is served straight up in a cocktail glass and can be served extra spicy. This drink was created and continues to be incredibly popular in Austin, TX.

44. Utah

Drink: The Mountain Derby (Woodford Reserve, grapefruit juice, honey, and lemon juice)

Why?: This interesting cocktail was created by Dave Wallace and beat out other cocktails in a competition held in Park City, UT. As a result, his concoction is now featured on drink menus at bars and restaurants all over the city for six months.

45. Vermont

Drink: The Old Vermont (Gin, maple syrup, lemon juice, orange juice, and bitters)

Why?: For a true version of an Old Vermont, a bartender needs to use Barr Hill Gin from Vermont.

46. Virginia

Drink: The Copper Barley (Campari, sweet vermouth, and soda water)

Why?: The Copper Barley is a cocktail that uses malt exclusively from the Virginia Highland Malt distillery.

47. Washington

Drink: The Washington Apple (Vodka, Sour Apple Schnapps, and apple juice)

Why?: This can be served as a martini, a shooter, or on the rocks, but its main ingredient is Washington apples from, well, Washington.

48. West Virginia

Drink: The Persephone (Bourbon, whiskey, triple sec, lemon juice, and egg whites)

Why?: This holiday inspired, champagne-based cocktail was featured in the West Virginia Gazette by its style team.

49. Wisconsin

Drink: The Tom and Jerry (Rum/brandy/whiskey, egg whites, vanilla extract, sugar, nutmeg, and powdered milk)

Why?: This Christmastime cocktail was originally created by journalist Pierce Egan in the 1820s, but continues to be most popular in Wisconsin.

50. Wyoming

Drink: The Boiler Maker (Light draft beer and whiskey)

Why?: Similar to Old Faithful in Wyoming, The Boiler Maker is a geyser of sorts. To consume this cocktail, you first have to drop the shot of whiskey into the beer, then down the entire thing in one gulp.

Bonus: Washington D.C.

Drink: The Rickey (Gin, lime juice, and carbonated water)

Why?: While the drink was created in the 1880’s, the drink maintains its popularity as one of the most popular gin cocktails in the area and even has a virgin version called the “lime rickey”.


Kuroshitsuji Cookbook:

  • Title: Chocolate Amaretto Crêpe Cake
  • Episode/Chapter: That Butler, The Greatest Evil [chp. 5]


  • Yield: 1 9 inch cake
  • There are multiple kuro entries for each recipe in the anime/manga. Check out my ‘kuroshitsuji cookbook’ tag for more.
  • Image and recipe source are the same.



  • Note:  Have ready a pastry brush and a little cup of melted butter before you begin cooking the crepes. This is for brushing and the pan with butter.


  • 6 large eggs
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • ½ cup cream
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • ¼ cup confectioners sugar

Chocolate-Amaretto Filling:

  • 1 1/3 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 3 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3 Tbsp granulated sugar
  • 1 tsp. almond extract
  • 2 Tbsp. amaretto liqueur

Chocolate-Amaretto Ganache:

  • Note: This recipe can be halved if you don’t plan to make the amaretto truffles.
  • 9 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons Amaretto liqueur



  • Place all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor or a blender and process until well combined.  The mixture will be the consistency of heavy cream.
  • Brush a 9 or 10 inch skillet with melted butter and place over medium heat until butter just starts to smoke.  Pour scant ¼ cup of batter into the skillet. Swirl the batter with the pan lifted over the stove eye until the bottom is coated with a thin layer of batter.  Place pan on the stove eye and cook until the surface of the crepe loses most of its glossiness and the top is set.  At this point, most recipes will tell you to flip the crepes; mine were cooked through without flipping, so I just slid them out of the skillet and onto a plate.  
  • Repeat process until all crepe batter is used. Allow the crepes to cool completely.


  • Whip heavy cream in a large bowl on medium-high speed with a hand mixer or using a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment. Gradually add the granulated sugar.  Mixture will begin to thicken.
  • Gradually add in the unsweetened cocoa powder.  Add the amaretto liqueur one tablespoon at a time, and then add the almond extract.  Whip until stiff peaks form.  Set aside.


  • Roughly chop the chocolate and place it in a medium bowl.
  • In a small saucepan, heat the heavy cream over medium-high heat until just boiling.
  • Pour the hot cream over the chocolate and whisk until the chocolate is melted and the mixture is smooth.  Mix in the Amaretto and whisk again until smooth. Allow to cool slightly before using


  • Center a crepe on a serving plate.  Using a pastry brush, very lightly coat the crepe with chocolate ganache while it is still thin (if ganache begins to set, you can gently heat it in the microwave at 20 second intervals). Thinly spread a little whipped filling over the ganache and top with another crepe. Continue brushing, spreading and stacking, ending with a crepe on top.  Set aside.
  • When remaining chocolate ganache is of spreading consistency, use to frost the cake.  Let stand at room temperature until set.  
  • Note: If making entire ganache recipe, remaining amount can be chilled and rolled into truffles.  Roll truffles in cocoa powder and garnish top of cake, if desired.

Finally found time to make another frozen drink set!

Feast your eyes on the Candyland Menu!
From left to right:

Sour Patch Watermelon - watermelon vodka, Midori, green apple pucker, sweet and sour mix, apple juice, Sprite, with grenadine poured on top
Jolly Rancher Extreme - watermelon vodka, Malibu, peach schnapps, cranberry juice, Sprite, Arizona Watermelon
(I had to call it Jolly Rancher Extreme because I already use the name Jolly Rancher to refer to the simpler watermelon vodka+cranberry juice, so this is my fruitier remix on that)
Swedish Fish - strawberry vodka, Chambord, amaretto, sweet and sour mix, cranberry juice, Sprite, grenadine
Milky Way - marshmallow infused vodka, amaretto, Bailey’s, chocolate liqueur, dulce de leche froyo, chocolate syrup, cream
Peppermint Patty - peppermint schnapps, creme de menthe, chocolate liqueur, Bailey’s, mint chocolate chip ice cream, chocolate syrup
Almond Joy - amaretto, Malibu, chocolate liqueur, Kahlua, vanilla chocolate chip ice cream, creme of coconut

Also, check out my other drink sets!

Eeveelution Frozen Cocktails
Ace Attorney Hot Cocktails

Read more for more detailed instructions on how to mix the drinks!

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Rusty Nail's Recipes

Merry Christmas, Dear Drinkers! I do so hope that today’s missive finds you all in the merriest of holiday spirits. And speaking of Spirits! Y'all may have noticed fewer recipes this month, than you’ve been seeing me produce recently; and there is a good reason for that, which I can now impart to you. Today’s honoree has not one, not two, but three recipes honoring them, the work they’ve done, and the contributions they’ve made to our community. I make no exaggeration when I say that were it not for today’s honoree, our community would be smaller, and sadder. Their work has spanned the history of our hobby, and ranged from phenomenal sight gags to Gaslamp Fantasy to one of the most beloved stories of our little corner of the internet. Today’s honoree, folks, is Egophilliac.

Ladies and Gentlemen, we’ll start with her most recent work


In this delightful Gaslamp AU, we see our mane six re-imagined as fully autonomous AI’s. The setting itself is a delight, with the integration of AI as equal or integrated participants in society, and with human augmentation and assistance provided through steampunk science.

An Accomplished Steampunk Scientist Twilight


  •     1 teaspoon Earl Grey Tea Leaves
  •     3oz Bombay Sapphire Gin
  •     1oz Lemon Juice
  •     1oz Simple Syrup
  •     Chilled Martini Glass
  •      Ice
  •     1 Cog Wheel, cut from Lemon Rind.

Special Equipment:

A strainer, a Cocktail Shaker..

Making an Accomplished Steampunk Scientist Twilight

  1.     Pour Gin and Tea Leaves into spare glass.
  2.     Let sit for two hours.
  3.     Strain Gin into Cocktail shaker..
  4.     Add Lemon Juice, Ice, and Simple Syrup.
  5.     Shake well.
  6.     Strain into Martini Glass.
  7.     Add Cog Garnish.
  8.     Drink!

You’ve just finished making an Accomplished Steampunk Scientist Twilight!

The combination of the Bluish Bombay Sapphire Gin with the Tea Leaves will not only produce a taste that is distinctly centered in the mind’s palette on Victorian Times, but will also come closer than much else I could put my hands on towards getting to Twi’s purplish hue, short of using something literally purple, like Chambord, or Merlot.

Now, if we look up at that last image, we can see Twilight telling her mentor and teacher to “Ignore the one on the end.” You know, it seems like having to make those kind of excuses would be awfully… Inconvenient.

It’s Inconvenient Trixie!

She shows up in the darndest places, and always seems to be just about on a poor, exasperated Twi’s last frayed nerve. Maybe a nice refreshing drink would help take the edge off, Twi.

An Inconvenient Trixie


  •     3oz Blue Curacao Liqueur
  •     3oz amaretto
  •     3oz coconut rum
  •     6oz half-and-half
  •     Two NON-CHILLED rocks glasses.
  •     Masking Tape
  •     Googly Eyes.
  •     One 16 oz container.
  •     Ice

Special Equipment:

If Googly Eyes and Masking Tape aren’t special equipment for a drink, I don’t know what are.

Making an Inconvenient Trixie:

  1.     Pour all of your liquids into the 16 oz container.
  2.     Stir well.
  3.     Place a strip of Masking Tape on the outside of each of the two  rocks glasses.
  4.     Adhere two Googly Eyes an equidistant length apart on each of the strips of tape..
  5.     Place two cubes of ice in each glass.
  6.     Pour drink over ice in each of the two glasses.
  7.     Drink!

You’ve just finished making an Inconvenient Trixie!

This drink not only matches Trixie’s cream-blue coat-color, but with the recipe being as it is, it will produce enough of a beverage that it can’t be easily reduced into a smaller portion, meaning that in that the recipe requires the production of two portions of this drink, it is, in and of itself, Inconvenient.

Finally. What can I say about the last drink I’m sharing, today. When I started doing this aspect of my blog, the creating recipes portion, I knew this was a drink I wanted to make. It has taken me longer to produce this recipe than any other I have worked on. I feel that it is absolutely, 100% justified in being a recipe that has taken this length of time, to get absolutely, utterly correct. The story it honors is about growth. It’s about adventure. It’s about life. And it’s about one brave little pony learning that with a hat on her head, and friends by her side, there wasn’t anything she couldn’t do, if she put her mind to it.

It’s Woona, of Moonstuck!

This little filly went through hell and high water to get from where she started, on the surface of the moon, to where she ended up; but she did it all with aplomb, and dignity, and friends, and fetch quests, and Science. But it’s to her most steadfast and dedicated companion that I honor, with this tip of a… hat. I’ve been working on the recipe this long, that is true. The name of this drink, though? I am PROUD of this one, Dear Drinkers.

A Cartographer’s Cocktail (Both Safe For Woona, and Not Safe For Woona Editions!)


  •    4 large scoops French Vanilla Ice Cream
  •    1 cup Milk
  •    ½ cup white chocolate chips
  •    2 shots White Chocolate Godiva Liqueur (Or White Chocolate Syrup)
  •    Whipped Cream
  •    A White Hibiscus for each drink you pour.
  •    Chocolate Syrup or Magic Shell.

Special Equipment:

A thin-tip paintbrush you’ve never used to paint, or for any other project, and that is 100% clean, and that you yourself have washed and scrubbed clean. A plate, A Blender.

Making a Cartographer’s Cocktail:

  1.     Squeeze an amount of Chocolate Syrup or Magic Shell onto plate, and place Paint-Brush near the plate.
  2.     Remove glass from freezer, and quickly move to plate and brush
  3.     Using Brush, and Syrup, Draw dotted lines, X’s, O’s, and other landmarks on the INSIDE of the glass. Do not hesitate to pop the glass back inside the freezer to help the syrup or shell set. Do not over-decorate.
  4.     Place glass back inside Freezer after decorating.
  5.     Put Ice cream, milk, chips, and Liqueur (for a Not Safe For Woona Version) OR the White Chocolate Syrup (For a Safe For Woona Version) in the blender.
  6.     .Blend until smooth,
  7.      Remove glass(es) from freezer.
  8.      Pour drink into glass.
  9.      Garnish drink with flower and Whipped Cream.
  10.     Drink!

You’ve just finished making a Cartographer’s Cocktail, in honor of Moonstuck!

The interior decoration of the glass is meant to evoke the image of Woona’s ever-trusty headpiece; it will also melt into the drink as you drink it, altering the change of the flavor as you work yourself through your beverage. The White Hibiscus is meant to evoke the moon-flower by which Woona establishes her friendship with the Batponies. Doing two versions of this drink lets me take it even one step further, and make use of both Not Safe For Woona, and Safe For Woona. I really, really hope that this one manages to properly honor this effort.

Keep sending in suggestions as to who you’d like to see made into a drink, and Stay Thirsty, my friends!


At the beginning of the month Hov kicked back in Hawaii with Beyonce to celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary. They rode around in the back of a pickup truck and drank D’USSE - which Hov likes mixed with pineapple juice, amaretto liqueur, and Angostura bitters. Cheers!

Apparently this pub is in Sydney somewhere!

Sunset Shimmer $16
Beefater Gin, Aperol shaken with mandarin juice, fresh lemon and a touch of sweet to balance it all out. Strained over ice into a wine glass. Just add sunshine!

Fancy Pants $16
A beautiful light and frothy drink made with amaretto liqueur, apricot nectar, freshly squeezed lemon juice and a touch of egg white to give the drink its beautiful texture

Prince Blueblood $16
A thirst quenching concoction of wild berries, freshly squeezed lime and a handful of mint leaves churned with the perfect companion - Havana Especial Rum. Damnnn!

Twilight Sparkle $16
[It’s?] summer, baby! Citron Absolut paired with Campari, a hint of fresh lemon and sugar - topped with freshly juiced orange. Yes please.