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Wanderer recipe (Nankin, MSP as i recall it)

soupkitten | May 11, 200712:16 PM     3

Hi this is for bobalooza: it's been 10 years, so i **hope** this is right-- additionally, it is for a 4-5 gallon "batch" (we'd go thru 8-10 batches on weekend nights) so you might have to adjust, unless you're really having a party!! Hope it tastes the same:

In large 5 gallon soda keg (available locally from northern brewer in st. paul, or thru a restaurant supply) mix:

1 gallon (real!) orange juice
1 liter sweet and sour mix
2/3 bottle rose's grenadine (tall plastic bottle, think it's a liter)-- this is the amount i can't remember for sure--
1/2 liter triple sec

(here's where you get drunk):
1 liter light rum
1 liter dark rum
1 liter golden rum -----------------nankin used rail pour for these, i'd go to bacardi for light and golden, and meyer's for the dark rum-- using better booze than this is kind of wasteful for this drink imo.

and, here's where everyone gets REALLY drunk:
then put in a liter of 151 proof rum.

swish around, drag to the keg room, and hook up to your Wanderer gun and have a party!
(serve in big fishbowl glass with plenty of ice and a maraschino cherry and an orange slice (paper parasol optional))

***soupkitten liability statement: this is an extremely intoxicating beverage. do not drink on an empty stomach, don't let its pretty pink color fool you. most people are sloshed before they finish their 2nd one. it is called the wanderer because when you try to get up from your barstool you commonly find yourself unable to walk a straight line. if you underestimate this drink, i am absolutely not responsible for your actions, whether you remember them or not LOL! Have fun with the punch!

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