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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Bottom Shelf Mixology Rejected NFL Drinks: NFC South

Welcome to Bottom Shelf Mixology!  Our staff of Mixologists have racked their brains (and livers) to come up with special "bottom shelf" versions of popular drinks, and some original creations that range from "oh, that might be interesting" to "that sounds absolutely disgusting".  


We are already into Week 6 of the NFL!  It is also time for the sixth part of our eight part series of Rejected NFL Drinks.  We've been making nasty rejected drink for each team in the league and posting a division at a time.

Today, we've got our drinks for the NFC South.


Atlanta Falcons


A.k.a. Dirty Bird Flu
  • 1 can Natural Ice
  • 4 oz Peach Schnapps
  • 2 Hydrox Cookies (Crushed)
  • Dry Ice
Scrape the cream filling from the middle of the Hydrox cookies.  Crush up the cookies to make "dirt."  Put the dirt in your glass.  Add the peach schnapps and stir.

Before adding the Natty Ice, add a small piece of dry ice.

Drink and enjoy being in first place in the division.


Carolina Panthers

  • 2 oz Bull's-Eye Carolina BBQ Sauce
  • 2 oz Fleischmann's Whiskey
Slam as many of these that you can during the game, then you won't care as much about penalties that don't get called on your opponents or the fact that Kansas City style BBQ is, in fact, superior.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • 1 can O'Doul's Premium Non-Alcoholic Beer
  • 1 Tbps Grapefruit Juice
  • 3 oz Barton Light Rum
  • 1 oz Imitation Crab Meat
Pour the beer into your glass, along with the rum and grapefruit juice.

Finely mince the imitation crab meat, and add to the drink.

Drink enough of these, and you too can rock the dad bod like Jameis!


New Orleans Saints

  • 1 oz Brigadier Gin
  • 1 oz Lady Bligh Spiced Rum
  • 3 oz Fruit Punch Drink
  • 1/2 can Keystone
  • 1/2 cup Gumbo
  • 1 sheet Bounty Paper Towels
Mix all of this crap together in a glass.  Wrap the glass with the paper towel.

Drink and try not to think about the team becoming the Aints all over again.


Up next: the AFC West.

Previous Divisions:

AFC South

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