Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hook, Mar 4, 2008.
Then open up a bottle of bacon-flavored vodka!
I read the artical, but still can't figure out why vodka needs to be Bacon flavored. What would you do with it?
Isn't it obvious? I can think of several - nay, hundreds - of uses for bacon-flavored vodka.
in mother russian, bacon taste like vodka.
And so from on high, Hook delivered unto the multitude their deliverance, and they drank of the bacon flavoured vodka and saw that it was good.
I can't think of one. I can't imagine people wanting to drink that.
Here is another one:
Mix with tomato juice and garnish with Lettuce and breadsticks.
= A BLTini
Here are some obvious uses:
Getting the dog to like vodka
Various delicious sauces
A bacon bloody mary would be frigging awesome. If I have any vodka around the house when I get home, I'm going to make a batch to use as gifts for people (namely ME).
The medicinal implications alone are mind boggling.
I don't drink, and even I want bacon vodka!!!
for alcoholics...its a nice drink to have in the morning with eggs and toast
I'm never gonna get used to the 21st century. Caffeinated bacon? Baconated grapefruit? ADMIRAL Crunch? Baconated Vodka?!
The only use I can think of is for cooking.
GW_Freak beat me to the Futurama reference.
But I too want to try this veritable manna bestowed upon mankind from on high. Mix the Bacon Vodka, some eggs and cheese together and it'll probably make a decent sludge you could choke down...AND get you hammered.
Now can I assume this "bacon" flavored vodka would taste like ham down here in the States?
@ Futurama reference.
Seconded. I'm not old enough to drink yet.
Now if they ever come up with a Coca Cola that has the taste of pixie blood I'm sold.
Bacon makes EVERYTHING taste better, except for bacon itself. Bacon vodka sounds like a winner to me.
Then I have to ask, is it kosher? (food preference not to do w/ religion)
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