Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Naming Conventions

First, a drink of chocolate made of cocoa beans harvested from the jungled banks of the Fraser River after the rainy season. Next, a distillate of fermented almonds pulped by the elbows of Richardien monks in their Laurentian arena. Then Skipper Bailey's unique solution to Newfoundland's oversupply of Irishmen. Last, the sweet essence of untundra mint harvested by the Hawaiian-shirted Inuit of the ever-warming Arctic.

Combine these liquid treasures and what else could such a drink be called?

17 comments:

M. Bouffant said...

Does the Royal Windsor involve this stuff?

mikey said...

TWELVE BUCKS?

Srsly?

I'll stick with Sailor Jerry's and some ice cubes...

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Canadian bucks, mikey. They even call 'em Loonies. I think they're worth like a quarter, American.

Substance McGravitas said...

That is authentic hotel overcharging in an authentic hotel. Xmas dinner sucked there.

tigris said...

The Canadian should be bacon, maple syrup, and beaver squeezins.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

that's poutine, tigris.

Smut Clyde said...

beaver squeezins.

Castor oil, right?

fish said...

They forgot the Molson Ice.

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

It must be named that because you Canadians are so sweet and warm.

Smut Clyde said...

so sweet and warm.
...also overpriced and mildly alcoholic.

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

Are Canadians over-priced? I'm ok with mildly-alcoholic.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I'm not. I need 'em to be STRONGLY alcoholic.

Another Kiwi said...

Warning to the youngsters: Always check the ripeness of the beaver before squeezing it. Nothing worse than an over ripe squeezed beaver.

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

AK, this is a family blog!

Substance McGravitas said...

Are you suggesting even MORE depravity?

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

The Aristocrats!

J Neo Marvin said...

Needs more Canadian Club.