Wait, you're not much of a drinker so all you drink is Irish Car Bombs? That seems kind of odd to me, but whatever. I'm also going to agree with Bakemaster, what's the point if you can't even taste it? Even if it's to get drunk, at least have something tasty on the way. Like my father says, way to waste two good drinks (I say two because I learned it with just Baileys, no Jameson).mrorange wrote:being younger and not really a drinking type the only mixed drink (or drink of any kind) I've had was an Irish Car Bomb. Something of a seasonal drink specific to St. Patty's
Fill a pint glass about half full of Guinness.tastes good, looks cool (the creme goes all swirly) , and goes down easy
Take a shot glass (maybe it was a shot and a half glass, i don't know) fill one half Jameson and one half Bailey's.
Drop the shot into the beer glass and chug. (if you don't drink it fast the Bailey's will curdle)
Stand around and compare froth mustaches.
I know it's an old post, but that sounds kind of awesome. I don't understand what you mean place the lemon over the glass though. Is the whiskey already in the glass, and you're holding the lemon over it while you pour the water over the sugar and lemon? Can I use Jack instead of a Scotch? Forgive me if these are stupid questions, I'm new in this area.Hot Scotch for those really cold days. Pour whiskey in a glass, take a thick slice of lemon (1cm or ½an inch), stab it a bit and place it over the glass, pour brown sugar on this, a really thick layer and push it down into the slice a tad.
Then pour boiling water over the sugar, slowley so the water pulls the sugar through the lemon into the whiskey. The result is win and awesome.
The only thing I have to add I guess is Amp Energy Drink and Vodka. About 12 oz and a single shot, respectively. Probably very much a college student mixed drink, but it's not bad.