"Crying White Boy | Crafted Pour"

"I had a friend who once wanted to get some properly spicy green curry to help with a head cold he was nursing. He asked them to make it really spicy... like "Thai" spicy. The resonse from the server came back "Oooh... you gonna cry white boy." This drink can be made as spicy as you like with the addition of the Flaming Tincture. The tamarind gives it a great sweet and sour taste, with a little bit of pepper from the rye. *Flaming Tincture 1/4 Cup of Thai chilis. I found some at my local asian market. Chop into 1/4” pieces and soak in 1/4C vodka for 24 hours. Strain chili vodka into dropper bottle.", "", "Crying White Boy",

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Crying White Boy By , May 8, 2009 I had a friend who once wanted to get some properly spicy green curry to help with a head cold he was nursing.  He asked them to make it really spicy... like I had a friend who once wanted to get some properly spicy green curry to help with a head cold he was nursing. He asked them to make it really spicy... like "Thai" spicy. The resonse from the server came back "Oooh... you gonna cry white boy." This drink can be made as spicy as you like with the addition of the Flaming Tincture. The tamarind gives it a great sweet and sour taste, with a little bit of pepper from the rye. *Flaming Tincture 1/4 Cup of Thai chilis. I found some at my local asian market. Chop into 1/4” pieces and soak in 1/4C vodka for 24 hours. Strain chili vodka into dropper bottle. Ingredients: - Rye Whiskey - Pajarote Tamarind Liqueur Instructions: Add ingredients to a mixing glass. Stir and strain into an old fashioned glass. Garnish with lime peel. Rye Whiskey,Pajarote Tamarind Liqueur,Simple Syrup,cardomom bitters,Flaming Tincture,All Recipes