Friday, November 28, 2014

Ogre Killer

Be aware this drink is incredibly dangerous and that over consumption can lead to a large range of medical conditions and bills that you really don't want to pay. For this one, it's one and done.

1 oz. Everclear (190 proof)
1/2 oz. Mezcal
1/2 oz. Scotch

Add all the ingredients to a rocks glass
Add ice
Stir with a knife
Leave the knife in to make it authentic

Let's do the math on this drink.
(1oz * 190 proof)
+ (1/2oz * 80 proof)
+ (1/2oz * 80 proof)
= 2oz of 135 proof
This drink is 68% alcohol.

It is the equivalent of 3.375 shots of 80 proof spirit.
Do be careful in the partaking of beverage.

This drink was designed as a challenge for a friend of mine who claimed to have never gotten properly drunk no matter how much he drank. I made him one of these and he was drunk. I've had friends drink this and scream "That should not be legal!" The fun thing is that it isn't in many states. 190 proof Everclear is not for sale in 14 states: California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Washington. I had time to prep this drink, so I took one of my knives and froze it in a king cube mold. I could have certainly made a stronger drink, but I wanted something that had a little flavor to it. The pain of Everclear had to be there, but you can still enjoy it. As someone who once dated a dominatrix can tell you, a bit of pain is just part of the fun.

The name was inspired by the anime Yu Yu Hakusho. The character Chu, who practices suiken or drunken boxing, has a secret weapon. He pulls out a flask of what is called ogre killer, the strongest booze in Demon World. He chugs it down, and his skin changes color and he takes a fighting stance, not before immediately vomiting of course. The fight ends with a fabulous knife edge death match, where both fighters stand face to face with their back foot against a blade. They wail on each other in the manliest fashion continuously pressing the others foot into the blade. To any man who has ever enjoyed a fight, even when you lost, try this drink. It gives you very much the same feeling.

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