The 10 Most Bizarre Cocktail Names

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on October 10, 2014
The 10 Most Bizarre Cocktail Names
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Delicious, hilarious and sometimes blush-worthy, these cocktails and mixed drinks add an extra dose of fun (and bewilderment for eavesdropping bar patrons) to your next drink order. You can try these recipes at home, too.

Juicy Lucy

After tasting this drink we’re sure the term ‘Juicy Lucy’ is a compliment. A combination of vodka, gin, Blue Curacao liquor, orange juice, and Sprite this booze-heavy drink will be your next summer favorite.

Drunken Sailor

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Pirates of the Caribbean take heed! This rum and gin cocktail topped with ginger ale and lime juice will take your mind off of mutiny, storms, and the occasional curse.

Dances with Wenches

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

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Pirates and those that love them, put on your dancing shoes. This bright pink drink is a combination of Blackbeard’s spiced rum and cranberry juice.

A Short Trip to Hell

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

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With a quick skim of this cocktail’s ingredients, it’s easy to see how it acquired the name ‘A Short Trip to Hell’. Made with peach, strawberry, and wild berry Schappps the drink is finished with a can of Red Bull and a shot of Jagermeister. You’ve been warned.

Voodoo

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There are several variations of this tropical drink, yet none are remotely scary (except for the wild combination of liquors) and more often the only curse you’ll experience is viewing the bottom of the glass. This version of Voodoo combines mint, mango vodka, and mango nectar.

Mikey’s Breakfast Banger

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As dangerous (and curious) as this drink sounds it’s more similar to a mimosa than ‘A Short Trip to Hell.’ This combination of club soda, orange juice, and Amaretto Di Saronno liqueur is the perfect brunch accompaniment.

The Drunken Elf

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

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Nothing says the holidays more than candy canes, relatives, and free-flowing booze. This mixed drink features Bacardi Golden Rum combined with pink lemonade. A candy cane can decorate the glass or hold up a boozed Elf on the Shelf.

Fearless Redneck

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

Fearless Redneck

Like to be the life of the party? With a mix of Jim Beam Black Label Bourbon and Sobe No Fear energy drink, you won’t be retiring anytime soon.

Sand in the Crack

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

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After ‘Sex on the Beach’ you’re most likely to experience ‘ Sand in the Crack’.   This mix of Malibu Coconut Rum, Captain Morgan Rum, pineapple juice and cranberry juice will make you long for warm weather and deserted beaches.

Hop, Skip, and Go Naked

Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails

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Confidence is required when ordering this drink. A combination of lemon vodka, grapefruit juice, simple syrup, and beer, this punch-like drink will have you reminiscing of a time when ‘Hop, Skip, and Go Naked’ was your motto.

This article has been posted with permission and originally appeared as Shake Things Up with The Best Named Cocktails on Honest Cooking.

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