New Year's Eve Mash Up

The Pina Colada

New Year's Eve Mash Up

The Pina Colada

 

To complete our suite of high performance cocktails, we give you the infamous pinacolada. Popular in warm and sunny holiday destinations, we felt the drink would offer a great twist to a cold winter's evening.

New Year's Eve Mash Up

Ingredients

- Malibu Caribbean Rum
- Coconut Milk
- Pineapple Juice

The concept behind the Pinacolada is very simple however the final result is undoubtedly quite delicious! Once again, serve with ice and garnish with a pineapple slice if you're feeling artistic.

OC3D's Top Shot

Let's take shots; the hideous measure of 40%+ alcohol that burns layers of skin on your throat. Which shot would you drink to see off 2010? Vodka? Sambuca? Tequila?

New Year's Eve Mash Up

As marmite as it may be, our favourite shot has got to be the Jagerbomb. A shot glass of liquorice'esque spirit dropped into a glass of red bull makes for an explosive treat.

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31-12-2010, 10:24:35

tinytomlogan
Overclock3D's top tips to ensure you see off 2010 in a big way!

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31-12-2010, 10:55:07

Filekutter
LOL! Good advice AND the Pinacolada. I"ve also seen some pretty insane drinking games practiced in Japan.

31-12-2010, 11:05:28

Taurus
Hope tomorrow your posting hang over cures!! LOL Happy New Year every one

31-12-2010, 11:05:55

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Taurus View Post

Hope tomorrow your posting hang over cures!! LOL Happy New Year every one
you know Im week ahead of you

31-12-2010, 11:22:06

chudley
Some nice drinks there for sure, adn simple party games to get in the mood. Cowboys and Indians is a fun game to play but takes a bit of explaining and knowledge of the associated hand signals. Nice simple one if you want to get drunk quick is James Bond. You watch a James Bond film and have to take a drink of your pint (3 fingers worth) or down a shot every time his name is mentioned, If you have it on dvd the trailers themselves can be a challenge
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