Beverage Recipes

Posted October 2, 1998 at 9:00 am No Comments

After reading my beverages page, a few people have asked me how exactly to make a vodka-berry slurpee.  In response to their requests, I’ve decided to post the recipe, along with recipes for several other interesting drinks.  DISCLAIMER: Most of these drinks are probably really bad.  Prepare them at your own risk.  The staff of assumes no liability from any vomiting, blindness, or brain damage that may occur as a result of the consumption of these drinks.

  • Vodka-Berry Slurpee

    1 32-ounce “Wild Berry” Slurpee from 7-11
    6 ounces Smirnoff vodka.

    Drink 6 ounces of the slurpee first.  Then add the vodka to it and stir it up with the spoon-straw.  You can try to keep it mixed if you want, but all of the vodka will sink to the bottom anyway, where it will be waiting to make you sick.  Don’t think about the 38 ounces of liquid sloshing around in your stomach afterwards; that just makes it worse.

  • Fuzzy Ethan (courtesy of

    2 squirts lime
    1 ounce Bailey’s Irish Cream
    5 drops green food coloring
    2.5 ounces vodka
    2.5 ounces Creme de menthe

    Mix all ingredients except lime in a cocktail shaker, then shake.  Pour into glass.   Add lime.

    I haven’t ever tried this one, but it has Ethan’s name in it.  Also, it was contributed to the Webtender database by a student at MIT, and they’re supposed to be pretty smart.

  • Powerade-ita

    12 ounces fruit punch flavored Powerade
    1 cup ice
    4 ounces Jose Cuervo tequila

    Pour everything into a blender.  Turn the blender on “frappé” until the mixture becomes smooth and frothy.  Pour it back into the Powerade bottle and enjoy.

  • Danbooka (courtesy of

    3 parts coffee
    1 part Everclear

    Pour ingredients in a glass and mix.  Take a sip and recoil in disgust.

    I haven’t tried this one either, but it has my name in it.  Other than that I don’t see any reason to make it.

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