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#CocktailHour: Pierced Fuzzy Navel


Wednesday.  Hump Day.  That day of the week (other than Monday) where you begin to look forward to the weekend.

It's also the day where I sit down, and pour myself a tip and sip.  This week, I have a Pierced Fuzzy Navel.  Although my navel is neither fuzzy... or pierced.

But that's irrelevant.

This is a super simple cocktail to make.  Just take an ounce of peach schnapps, an ounce of vodka, and three ounces of orange juice.  You can also add a splash of grenadine for colour if you wished.

I didn't.

Take all the ingredients and shake them together in an ice filled shaker, and strain into your glass.

Tip... and sip.

It's just that easy.

The chill from the ice cubes does make this a refreshing drink.  The peach schnapps, vodka, and orange juice combined to make an interesting flavor.  I'm not going to lie- since I'm not a huge fan of peaches, I would probably recommend only using a half ounce of peach schnapps, as the schnapps flavor can be pretty strong.

This certainly not a night club type of drink- I don't think most night clubs think of carrying peach schnapps.  Ditto for pubs.  This drink would be suitable for a brunch.  A fancy brunch.

But not a church brunch... since getting sloshed like a sloth at a church brunch is a bad puppy thing to do.

If I were to make this drink again, I would use less peach schnapps- but I don't really see myself doing so in the future.  To be honest, I'd be incline to just make a Screwdriver with the vodka and orange juice.  Because of that, I have to give this drink and "Ugly".


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