I’m so tired. We just moved. I don’t have words for the tediousness of packing and unpacking 100 boxes. (Notice we’ve been missing lately?) In exchange for my lack of words today, and the absence of my usual humor, I’m going to offer you this drink as comforting solace. And by “you,” I really mean me.
This Rainbow Liqueur Balls Cocktail is our third and final drink in honor of Capital Pride. Besides being rainbow, we found the name to be doubly appropriate. (Say liqueur balls five times fast.)
Our friend Rex is coming up from Arkansas this week, and we plan to get him raging drunk. Good thing he likes a good ol’ hairy bear – in every sense.
Capital Pride is coming up on Saturday, and we’re preparing by doing what we do best: getting drunk. Only now, with rainbows!
Sarah and I were going over potential recipes when I remembered that we haven’t posted a drink in quite some time.
Ah, finally, a salty-sweet thing that doesn’t involve bacon. Behold the version of wine that’s for people that hate wine – those people like me that have to go through the shame of refusing somebody’s finest and then enduring their stares as you’re suddenly demoted to the children’s table.
I don’t know if I can convince you to drink this by using words. I’m not even sure I should tell you what’s in it.
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