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 Royal Scandal is equal parts Crown Royal, Southern Comfort and amaretto with splashes of sour mix (or lemon juice, if you prefer) and pineapple juice.
The Purple Helmeted Warrior cocktail features the flavors of orange, peach, lime, lemon and berry. It’s purple and bubbly, hence the name, but probably should not be worn as a helmet. This is a tasty little fruity drink with a nice visual effect from dropping the grenadine down the middle at the very end –
The Hawaiian Redneck is one of those cocktails that’s stronger than it tastes. The flavor is pretty fruity, due to six ounces of pineapple juice. But with two ounces of rum and two more of Southern Comfort, there’s plenty of kick to this drink. The dominant flavor is a sweet but very agreeable blend of
The Red Death is a sweet cocktail that blends a number of fruity flavors together: berry, orange, pineapple, peach and blackberry. The result is pretty delicious. This is a great drink to savor and enjoy. Try one the next time you’ve got time to sit a while and sip along. It’s great for unwinding. Recipe
The Southern Chase is a shot that blends equal parts Galliano, Southern Comfort and Jim Beam to create a taste that’s rather unique. The mellow peach undertones of the Southern Comfort and the sharper licorice-like taste of the Galliano smooth out the Jim… or is it the other way around? This drink may be an