I forgot to take a photo of the finished product (uhhh the actual martini) – we were having too much fun staining our crafty tailgate wooden crates!! I will add one when I mix these up again in a few days… Ingredients for one serving: – 1 part Pinnacle Vodka – Pumpkin Pie Flavor (I found at Total Wine & Spirits in Atlanta) – 1.5 parts Bailey’s Irish Cream – .5 part Frangelico (or other brand hazelnut liquer) – dash of pumpkin pie spice I used a medium sized shot glass as a “part”. Add all of the ingredients except the pumpkin pie spice into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake shake shake! Then strain/pour into a martini glass. Lightly dust with the pumpkin pie spice!
Tailgate Drinks Archive
But what I am gonna fill you up with this week? WINNER: A Spicy Bloody Mary Tailgates in the South start around 7:00AM (even for an 8:00PM game), so you gotta start your day off right. I used to despise the taste of a Bloody Mary, it felt like I was drinking tomato soup and triggered a gag reflex…UNTIL…one day we stumbled upon an S & M biker bar in New Orleans (another story for another time) and discovered the magic that is called ZING ZANG Bloody Mary mix. It’s tangy, it’s spicy and it was the first time I’ve ever enjoyed a Bloody Mary. Hello tasty. An added bonus with Bloody Mary making, is that you can throw any vegetable in for a garnish