Grateful Dead Cocktail Recipe
This cocktail is considered the sweeter cousin of the Long Island ice tea. Like that drink, the Grateful Dead cocktail packs a considerable punch!
I used Raspberry Pucker in this drink recipe only because that was all I had. To make it fizzy, I poured the shots over ice in a big glass, then filled it to the top with club soda. BOY, was this GOOD.
Chris and his beautiful wife have a gathering of friends every year in Summer. Pool,amazing food,a killer band best in Fox valley, and a full bar. I had the pleasure of bartending for a few years and this recipe they came across on a trip to NYC years ago. We would put it in a frozen drink machine and make it in large batches. So GOOD... plus perfect for the whole day and night poolside. I miss you all. Best group of people you could have had the opportunity to serve.
Pretty strong and expensive combination. The flavor wasn't that refreshing and in fact it reminded me of cough medicine.
A cocktail made with vodka, rum, tequila, triple sec, raspberry liqueur and cola.
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