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Old 07-31-2008, 11:51 AM
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1 part light rum
1 part dark rum
1 part apricot brandy
pineapple juice to suit your taste

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Just make sure its a:
P proven
P panty
R remover

Then your good to go!
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Old 07-31-2008, 01:13 PM
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Beer and Jello shots, dont want to give them the wrong idea with high dollar cocktails
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my favorite is my low cal mojito that I make ahead and put in the plastic bottles from the flavored water.

I don't measure and I make a large batch all at once since it is easier. I use
-no calorie key lime flavored sparkling water (I let it go flat)
-a very small amount of the roses mojito mix
-some bottled key lime juice (no sugar added)
-juice from about 3 fresh limes
-several sprigs of my homegrown mint leaves
-rum
I put this all in the mixer size plastic bottles the flavored water comes in and shake it up. It is easy to store in a cooler and not so obvious that you are drinking alchol. For long hot days I use a lot of ice and go easy on the rum.

For you guys and gals that like to use fresh sqeezed lemons and limes in your drinks here's a Martha Stewart tip for you. Before cutting it open with a firm hand press and roll the fruit around on the counter for about 30 seconds. This will help release so much more juice it's hard to believe. Also I do not like leaving the rinds in the drink, it makes it bitter. I try to add a little of the pulp but never the rinds
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Sailor Jerry rum (92 proof) and Coke. Simple. Easy. Oh man is it fun.
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Good lord, all I need is an ice cold beer on a hot day. Easy, simple and no mixing.
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