|A pessimist might|
call this glass half foam
Color me embarrassed. I was fairly confident that yesterday’s entry would be our last. Alas, the rapture didn’t happen as far as I know and everyone is still here. Mrs. Bottle is so upset that she didn’t get called away that she couldn’t bear to write her normal Sunday entry. Since I was thinking that we wouldn’t have a post anyway, I didn’t spend any time preparing or even thinking about what to write. Therefore today will have less substance than normal. That is actually a pretty big accomplishment.
Today we have a TBIAW rarity: The frozen cocktail. It is called the Sweet-Tart and it made from vodka, cranberry juice, pineapple juice, and lime juice. You put it all in a blender with some ice, mix it up, and drink it. That’s the theory at least. What we ended up with was a bit of very cold liquid drink and a lot of frozen meringue. I thought the drink's flavor was good although it was a bit weak. It was also disappointing that it turned out so foamy since the foam was pretty tough to drink. That can probably be blamed more on our blender than the recipe, though.
Finally, I would like to congratulate the inventor of this drink for calling it the Sweet-Tart instead of SweeTarts, therefore avoiding a trademark infringement and the wrath of Willa Wonka. He isn’t exactly known for his restraint. Even John Yoo thinks that Wonka’s methods are borderline. Of course anyone who has ever tried to deal with Oompa Loompas would understand that Wonka's toughness is a necessity to maintain factory security.
|He just didn't listen|
Overall Rating for the Sweet-Tart
Ease of Preparation: 3
Drinks Until Blackout: 9– 10% Alcohol
2 oz Vodka
3 oz Cranberry Juice
3 oz Pineapple Juice
1 dash Lime Juice