Tequila adds a Mexican touch to the Slow Screw family to create a tasty riff on a Screwdriver. Great for a lazy summer afternoon or a barbeque.
Sloe gin is the 'Slow', Sothern Comfort is the 'Comfortable', vodka and orange juice are the 'Screw' (as in Screwdriver), ice is the 'Cold', overproof
Galliano adds the wall (as in Harvey Wallbanger) and some herbal peppermint to this Slow Comfortable Screw. Yes, the name's corny but made with fresh orange,
One of the better Sloe Comfortable Screw derivations - Overproof rum provides the Bang. Boozy fruity and balanced rather than sweet – what's not to like?
The rum and cognac combo from Between the Sheets served as part of the Slow Comfortable genre. As with so many of the Slow Comfortable family of cocktails,
Sweet fruity flavours balanced by tannic bitterness in the tea.
A Screwdriver that's flavoured and lightly sweetened with a trio of liqueurs.
A sweet Manhattan with a hint of the south.
A warming taste of southern hospitality.
Sweet, tangy and fruity.
Peach and bourbon with hints of orange and spice.
Herbal, honeyed Irish whiskey drunk through a creamy head.
A simple and well-balanced classic drink.
Peach schnapps is borrowed from the Fuzzy Navel to influence this member of the Slow Comfortable family, its presence gives this cocktail a distinctive
With freshly squeezed juice, this is a sight tastier than its reputation might suggest. Long and refreshing. Spiked fresh orange juice with Southern Comfort
The float of amaretto adds the Kiss to a Slow Comfortable Screw Against a Cold Hard Wall. If this was served in a Tiki mug it would be a Tiki Drink rather
Very fruity and easy to drink.
Fruity and refreshing with a hint of spice.
A slightly sweet shot that's relatively light in alcohol with a tangy fruity flavour.
Heavy on the Southern Comfort and amaretto with fruit juice.
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