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The most disgusting Irish Bailey’s Cream cocktail - an Alien Brain Hemorrhage cocktail
Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 05:31 AM
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|Alien Brain Hemorrhage|
The image above is what is known as an Alien Brain Hemorrhage. It is so called either because it looks like an bloody alien’s brain or because it will make you feel like you’re living a scene from Ridley Scott’s “Alien” movie the morning after you’ve drunk a couple of these shots. The jury’s still out on that one.
To create this spectacular concoction you’ll need to put together half a shot glass full of peach schnapps with Bailey’s Irish Cream poured on top. When the glass is almost full tip in a small amount of blue curacao. Wait for this to settle and add a splash of grenadine.
A brave soul who has actually tried this drink assures me that it does curdle and as you tip it back your gullet you can feel the lump of Bailey’s hit your throat.
Ideal for St. Patrick’s Day right? If you have a death wish.
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