The Alabama Slammer has been around since the 70s, and there are a few minor variations on it. The most common version blends Southern Comfort with amaretto, sloe gin and orange juice.
The Love Cocktail has a slightly creamy, thick texture that comes from blending raspberries and egg white with the other ingredients. The flavor here is berry with a touch of lemon. The egg white counteracts the cloying sweetness of the sloe gin somewhat, but it’s still a very sweet, fruity cocktail. It’s a terrific dessert
The Charlie Chaplin cocktail is definitely for when you have a sweet tooth. The ounce of lemon juice cuts the sweetness of the sloe gin and apricot brandy somewhat, but not completely. The dominant note in this is berry – that’s followed by the lemon, which is followed by the apricot. It pairs well with
The Bourbon Black Hawk pairs bourbon with sloe gin, and the result is a shockingly tasty blend between the two flavors. It’s sweet, but not too sweet; fiery, but still smooth. This drink is awesome for just kicking back, especially at the end of a long, hard day. The bourbon dominates more than you might
The Fuzzy Comfort is a deliciously fruity cocktail that goes down so easy, you could almost classify it as a comfort food. It’s just such an easy going drink. Sloe gin is a plummy flavored liquor that can be swapped with cherry liqueur. It adds some sweetness to the drink, which the orange juice mellows