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SUNDAY SESH // BLOODY SCREWDRIVER

July 07, 2019

SUNDAY SESH // BLOODY SCREWDRIVER

 

This Sunday Sesh we are raising our glasses to the Screwdriver!

 

Now you can adopt the proper name for that terrible drink you ruined yourself on in your early 20s. The history of the Screwdriver is somewhat debatable, thought to have been created around 1949, some claim that the drink was first made popular by American aviators. Another origin story claims that it was made popular by American oil workers who dubbed the drink the Screwdriver because they first mixed it with a screwdriver as a spoon was not on hand. Modern-day many variations of the Screwdriver have appeared. You can give the original your own twist by substituting the Orange juice, for another type of juice such as Mango! We turn this original 'Bloody' By adding a Blood Orange to the mix!

 

 - Time to get screwed! 

 

Ingredients:

 

  • 12 oz Vodka
  • 1 Blood Orange 
  • Orange Juice

     

    Method:

    • Combine the Vodka with the orange juice.
    • Add some fresh Blood orange juice or Wheel to garnish.
    • Voila!
    • Make another round and repeat. 

     

     

     




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