Kabri Bartender’s Guide to Mixed Drinks

29 06 2009

Emily Bates Emily Bates writes:

Digging on site today, Eric, Assaf and my crew digging in D-West-West discovered that archaeologists would make pretty good mixologists as well.  This is what we came up with:

Kabreeze: A cocktail of lemon, mint and vodka (Perfect Vodka works best), garnished with an avocado.

Kabrito: Like a mohito, only better: white rum, sugar cane juice, lime, carbonated water, and mint.  Again, garnish with an avocado.

Mud Brick: Bailey’s, Kahlua, Vodka and milk.  Garnish with maraschino cherries and serve in a glass rimmed with chocolate.

Destruction Horizon: A shot of coffee liqueur, Tabasco and Bailey’s.  Top off with Bailey’s 151 and light on fire (like a flaming B-52). Drink at your own risk.

Dirty Archaeologist: Similar to a dirty martini, but substitute capers for olives.

Minoan Fresco: Blue curacao, St. Germain and champagne.  Garnish with a miniature bull-leaper.

Kabritini: Arrack, Vermouth and Kina Lillet (or similar bronze-colored alcohol).  Garnish with an olive.

We also excavated some more this week.  But maybe someone else will blog about that.




One response

2 07 2009
Ralph Bennett

You always manage to bring everything back round to booze!

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