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Bonjour Mesdames et Messieurs. We are back with a new drink, the Moulin Rouge. It is made from sloe gin, sweet vermouth, and bitters. This drink was fantastic if you like horrible cocktails. It was extremely sweet and almost glue-like in consistency. At least it had a healthy dose of awful sweet vermouth to counter the almost drinkable sloe gin.
Mrs. Bottle really hated it and she practically did a spit take when she tried it. I, on the other hand, found it merely terribly unpleasant. If I were trapped in a crevasse with my arm pinned by a boulder I could probably choke it down after a day or two. Mrs. Bottle would rather drink her own pee. I have heard it is pretty good.
You are probably expecting some tie-in to the movie Moulin Rouge or at the bare minimum some kind of send-up of Lady Marmalade. Unfortunately I haven’t seen the film and I would never criticize such a masterpiece of a song. Also, I have lost my mojo. After not having written anything for a week I kind of forgot how to do it. I mean I remember how to write words on a page as is evidenced by the thing you are reading. What I have forgotten is how to bolg. Or is it blog? Either way, it doesn’t take long to get out of the groove. Don’t fret, though, or bolg isn’t dead. I’m sure I’ll get my mojo back soon enough. Until then, if we go too long between posts make sure to check you local crevasses and make sure I’m not stuck. I need both my arms.
Overall Rating for the Moulin Rouge
Ease of Preparation: 4
Drinks Until Blackout: 6 – 22% Alcohol
1.5 oz Sloe Gin
0.75 oz Sweet Vermouth
1 dash Bitters
Christina Aguilera photo: By Julian from Germany (PC134194) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons