"Side-Snap Thirst Quencher | Crafted Pour"

"There are a number of really great 2-ingredient cocktails out there, so I'm told. Gin & tonic, lovely. Rum & Coke, safe and inviting. Red Bull and vodka, party-time. Let's add another one to the list that might turn some heads as you reach for that limited bottle of Yellow Chartreuse that your friends have been advised to steer away from unless they'd like to take the financial drop and buy you another one. There's a wonderful write-up by this libation's creator, John DeBary that details the social implications of this combo. Such details include how folks might stick up their noses at the thought of using Gatorade, for instance, as an ingredient in a cocktail. My take is that if it tastes good, then what's stopping you? Blue Gatorade (Cool Blue) on its own is a very one-sided beverage that's just kinda blue raspberry. It's sweet and it recharges my electrolytes: cool. Adding Chartreuse to it adds a whole number of dimensions to it that somehow transforms it into tasting something like a gummy worm or gummy bear. It's that nonspecific 'fruit' flavor (colloquially described as tasting like "blue") with that 'I've been sitting in a plastic container for awhile' vybe. This is not a negative description, as may be misconstrued. It tastes radical (he says in classic 90's style). Side-Snap Thirst Quencher 4½ oz (133 ml) Blue Gatorade (any will do, we used Cool Blue) 1 1/2 oz (44 ml) Yellow Chartreuse Method: Shake & Strain Garnish: Citrus Wedge (Orange recommended) Credits: Saved by the Bellini, John deBary Link: https://www.bonappetit.com/story/gatorade-cocktails", "undefined", "Side-Snap Thirst Quencher",

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Side-Snap Thirst Quencher By , May 8, 2009 There are a number of really great 2-ingredient cocktails out there, so I'm told. Gin & tonic, lovely. Rum & Coke, safe and inviting. Red Bull and vodka, party-time. Let's add another one to the list that might turn some heads as you reach for that limited bottle of Yellow Chartreuse that your friends have been advised to steer away from unless they'd like to take the financial drop and buy you another one. 

There's a wonderful write-up by this libation's creator, John DeBary that details the social implications of this combo. Such details include how folks might stick up their noses at the thought of using Gatorade, for instance, as an ingredient in a cocktail. My take is that if it tastes good, then what's stopping you?

Blue Gatorade (Cool Blue) on its own is a very one-sided beverage that's just kinda blue raspberry. It's sweet and it recharges my electrolytes: cool. 
Adding Chartreuse to it adds a whole number of dimensions to it that somehow transforms it into tasting something like a gummy worm or gummy bear. It's that nonspecific  'fruit' flavor (colloquially described as tasting like There are a number of really great 2-ingredient cocktails out there, so I'm told. Gin & tonic, lovely. Rum & Coke, safe and inviting. Red Bull and vodka, party-time. Let's add another one to the list that might turn some heads as you reach for that limited bottle of Yellow Chartreuse that your friends have been advised to steer away from unless they'd like to take the financial drop and buy you another one. There's a wonderful write-up by this libation's creator, John DeBary that details the social implications of this combo. Such details include how folks might stick up their noses at the thought of using Gatorade, for instance, as an ingredient in a cocktail. My take is that if it tastes good, then what's stopping you? Blue Gatorade (Cool Blue) on its own is a very one-sided beverage that's just kinda blue raspberry. It's sweet and it recharges my electrolytes: cool. Adding Chartreuse to it adds a whole number of dimensions to it that somehow transforms it into tasting something like a gummy worm or gummy bear. It's that nonspecific 'fruit' flavor (colloquially described as tasting like "blue") with that 'I've been sitting in a plastic container for awhile' vybe. This is not a negative description, as may be misconstrued. It tastes radical (he says in classic 90's style). Side-Snap Thirst Quencher 4½ oz (133 ml) Blue Gatorade (any will do, we used Cool Blue) 1 1/2 oz (44 ml) Yellow Chartreuse Method: Shake & Strain Garnish: Citrus Wedge (Orange recommended) Credits: Saved by the Bellini, John deBary Link: https://www.bonappetit.com/story/gatorade-cocktails Ingredients: - Blue Gatorade - Yellow Chartreuse Instructions: 1. Ask your parent's permission before going online! 2. Procure liquid, that which is radical 🤙 3. Shake. It. Up. 4. Deposit into a holding apparatus! 😎 5. Put a wedge in it! 6. Sips up! 🌊 Refreshing,Fruity