|We are not going to fall for |
the "banana in the tailpipe" trick
but we did fall for the "banana in
the garnish" trick.
In addition to the two liqueurs, this drink also contains orange juice, simple syrup, and lemon juice. Since it is frozen, it also contains freeze-water, more commonly known as ice. I’m not a huge fan of frozen drinks in general (except for Beergaritas) because you tend not to get much alcohol, and this one was no exception. Between the juice, ice, and low octane liqueurs, it was only 3% alcohol. Even if we had used 99 Bananas instead of regular crème de banana it would have only bumped it to 5%. It hardly seems worth it for the amount of effort involved what with the blending and the fancy garnishes and the ice and all.
The drink did taste good at least, although it was a little sweet. Despite the freeze-water, you could taste all of the ingredients and they complemented each other well. The problem is really only the lack of alcohol. Luckily there is a solution and that solution is to have 2.5 servings instead of one. That will bump it from 3% alcohol to ∞%. “Say what?” is what your inner monologue should be saying right now. You may even whip out your calculator to try to prove me wrong. If you have an Apple, it would probably look something like this (in video!!):
If you have a windows PC it will probably look something like this:
Oh silly reader, you clearly do not understood maths. I have a math minor and a PhD in Diet Mountain Dew consumption. Those things combine to let me prove that 2.5 servings of a beverage multiplies things in an unexpected way. Behold:
|Do not drink if you are looking|
for significant source of other nutrients.
Ease of Preparation: 3
Drinks Until Blackout: 200 – 3% Alcohol
1 oz Amaretto
1 oz Crème de Banana
0.5 oz Simple Syrup
0.5 oz Lemon Juice