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Inspired by another thread regarding cruise withdrawal, I thought it might be fun to post about your favorite Celebrity cocktail.  Please share a picture if you have one, the ingredients if you can remember them 😉, and the recipe if you know it.  

 

Here's the Smashy Japanese from Sushi on 5:  

Don't know the recipe but it includes jalapeno infused vodka, lemon, cucumber and basil. 

 

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I like the Quarantini. Just like the Martini but you have to drink it alone in your stateroom

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I went ballistic and unorthodox on our Edge sailing and asked for a Rob Roy made with Macallan!

 

From that day forward, I never asked for it again and the bartender and I became great bud's as he was just shocked back into reality... after all, it was just a cocktail... LOL

 

btw - I never did that again, as why waste a good shot?

 

Cheers and bon voyage

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Ron Zacapa Old Fashioned at the World Class Bar.

 

 

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1 minute ago, TeeRick said:

Ron Zacapa Old Fashioned at the World Class Bar.

 

 

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Yep. Best (mixed) drink on the ship!

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3 minutes ago, Bo1953 said:

I went ballistic and unorthodox on our Edge sailing and asked for a Rob Roy made with Macallan!

 

From that day forward, I never asked for it again and the bartender and I became great bud's as he was just shocked back into reality... after all, it was just a cocktail... LOL

 

btw - I never did that again, as why waste a good shot?

 

Cheers and bon voyage

Bo- it really was an OK thing to do!

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Just now, TeeRick said:

Bo- it really was an OK thing to do!

t - yes I know, but to shock the purists around me (and myself) I had to do it!

 

Secretly I Am sure there were others who would want to do the same thing but could not bring themselves to do so...

 

I broke the ice or so I like to think... LOL

 

Cheers and bon voyage

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1 minute ago, Bo1953 said:

t - yes I know, but to shock the purists around me (and myself) I had to do it!

 

Secretly I Am sure there were others who would want to do the same thing but could not bring themselves to do so...

 

I broke the ice or so I like to think... LOL

 

Cheers and bon voyage

 

I really have to be in the right mood (pretty purist about whisky), but a good single malt cocktail can be pretty amazing! Had a Vegas bartender make a twist on a Rob Roy with Laphroaig once. It was pretty amazing.

 

(And we are talking no age statement Macallen these day. You're not talking about an 18 year old Bowmore...)

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42 minutes ago, Bo1953 said:

I went ballistic and unorthodox on our Edge sailing and asked for a Rob Roy made with Macallan!

 

From that day forward, I never asked for it again and the bartender and I became great bud's as he was just shocked back into reality... after all, it was just a cocktail... LOL

 

btw - I never did that again, as why waste a good shot?

 

Cheers and bon voyage

 

35 minutes ago, Bo1953 said:

t - yes I know, but to shock the purists around me (and myself) I had to do it!

 

Secretly I Am sure there were others who would want to do the same thing but could not bring themselves to do so...

 

I broke the ice or so I like to think... LOL

 

Cheers and bon voyage

 

Bo, this brought back a conversation i had many years ago with an elder Scotsman who was a colleague...we were discussing "the malts" as he so lovingly called them....and the topic of using them in mixed drinks came up....i can still hear the conversation in his heavy brogue.....the conclusion of which was "if God ha' wanted you to add anything besides ice or water to a malt, he bloody well wouldn't ha' made the blends".

 

I am glad you tried it to satisfy your curiosity.....however, i am surprised the bartender continued to serve you.....

 

 

 

 

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Our favorite was a Peach and Bourbon drink in the Retreat Lounge. 

 

 I don’t know the official name of the drink but I read about it on cruise critic and when I asked about it, the bartender knew exactly what I was talking about.

 

 I’m a wimpy drinker so mine was made with more peach and less bourbon; my husband had the regular (stronger) version.

 

 

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1 hour ago, t00thpix said:

I like the Quarantini. Just like the Martini but you have to drink it alone in your stateroom

I'll bet the Quarantini will go viral. 

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15 minutes ago, Noreen411 said:

Our favorite was a Peach and Bourbon drink in the Retreat Lounge. 

Hands down one of my favorites!  The name Bourbon and peaches makes it sound so simple to make.  I have yet to perfect it here at home though.  Perhaps it just tastes better on a cruise ship.  

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8 minutes ago, Georgia_Peaches said:

Hands down one of my favorites!  The name Bourbon and peaches makes it sound so simple to make.  I have yet to perfect it here at home though.  Perhaps it just tastes better on a cruise ship.  

We haven’t tried making it ourselves yet.  We’ll have to give it a try.  But you may be right that it won’t taste the same as it does on the ship.

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2 hours ago, ScubesDad said:

Bo, this brought back a conversation i had many years ago with an elder Scotsman who was a colleague...we were discussing "the malts" as he so lovingly called them....and the topic of using them in mixed drinks came up....i can still hear the conversation in his heavy brogue.....the conclusion of which was "if God ha' wanted you to add anything besides ice or water to a malt, he bloody well wouldn't ha' made the blends".

 

I am glad you tried it to satisfy your curiosity.....however, i am surprised the bartender continued to serve you.....

LOL - he was well taken care of and I was very familiar with the F&B Manager...

 

Cheers and bon voyage

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1 hour ago, Georgia_Peaches said:

Hands down one of my favorites!  The name Bourbon and peaches makes it sound so simple to make.  I have yet to perfect it here at home though.  Perhaps it just tastes better on a cruise ship.  

... or better the more you experiment making it???

 

Cheers and bon voyage

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 Aspen Coffee..,after dinner.,.also Baileys

IGLU.,. No alcohol but is really enjoyable! ( hi carb)

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Tropitini on left & decadence on right

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Yes! Discovered this on our last night on Silhouette two weeks ago. Best cocktail ever. 

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My afternoon, post excursion indulgence: a mudslide with an extra squirt of chocolate syrup. Sooooo much better than lining up at the ice cream counter. 

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I’m with mom says. A mudslide after a day of excursions. We like ours at sail away at the Sunset Bar. Here we are leaving Skagway in June 2019 on the Millenium.

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Posted (edited)

On ships with World Bar, they used to rustle me up a great cocktail (not on the menu) with Talisker.

 

The Infinity this summer it was mainly the Negroni, it was a cruise around the Adriatic and Sicily after all

 

 

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Edited by DYKWIA

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Love the Blue Martine and the Sunset Martini.  Also the Aspen at Cafe Bacio.

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