For a south-of-the-border feel, Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against The Wall Cocktail has all the right elements to make you grab a Sombrero, fling on a colourful poncho and grow a droopy mustache. This is a great variation of the classic Screwdriver Cocktail.
Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against The Wall Gets me excited
If you like Tequila and Vodka, this combination is pure bliss. Add Galliano, you could be forgiven you're in heaven - Cocktail heaven. This is one Cocktail you MUST try. Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against The Wall is as good as it gets, Amigo.
- 3/4 shot Silver Tequila
- 3/4 shot Vodka
- 3 shots freshly squeezed orange juice
- 1/2 shot sloe gin
- 1/2 shot Galliano L'Autntico Liquer
To garnish - 1/2 orange slice
Place the first four ingredients into a Cocktail shaker or Boston Can filled with ice. Quick shake. Strain into an ice filled Colins glass. FLOAT Sloe Gin carefully onto the surface of the mixture until it blends nicely. FLOAT Galliano next into the glass.
Garnish with a thin slice of orange.
Th Screwdriver Cocktail was first created in the 1950s. Since then many variations have appeared - some so bad you never hear of them agan and some so good - they are repeated over and over again. This variation is one that has proved to be popular and a great succes for Mexican -themed parties. Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against The Wall is a very alcoholic and does give a big, no HUGE kick. It is also not a cheap Cocktail to construct. With the comnination of Tequila, Vodka, Southern Comfort and Galliano, at a rough (supermarket/online) purchase cost, this will run to about £4.00 per Cocktail. Well worth it though!
Slow Comfortable Mexican Screw Against The Wall 'goes down' very easily and very well. At a Mexican themed party or evening, this is a great Cocktail to serve as a welcoming Cocktail. It will relax guests and get them in the mood for a good time. The next set of Cocktails could have less ingredients, be less potent and be an introduction to others. There are many Mexican - themed Cocktails one can choose from.
Start guests off with a big Bang of a Cocktail and then lead them on to other flavours, textures and Mexican Cocktails (real or Tex-Mex styles).