Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Vodka & Tea

So we had a party at the house (for Graysen's 1st birthday) a few weeks ago and after all the kids went to bed the grown ups started drinking heavily. We ran out of beer after a while, imagine that, so we started mixing vodka with sweet tea and it turned out to be pretty good. Of course at that point I could have been drinking motor oil and I wouldn't have cared. So last week I went to the liquor store to get daddy a little something and ran across a vodka that I had never seen before, Fire Fly Sweet Tea Vodka. Turns out that all you have to do is cut it with a little water, add a lemon wedge and you are all set. After about 6 or 7 of these little gems I realized that this could quite possibly be the perfect summertime / BBQ / mow the yard / watch TV / wash the car / anytime drink. A) It looks like sweet tea, B) It tastes like sweet tea, C) it gets you drunk. Now I know that this may seem a little on the feminine side but I promise after you drink one you will be a believer, besides after the Sweet Tea Ramblings that were on here earlier, I am pretty sure that there will not be any arguments on this.

So here's to you Mr. Sweet Tea Vodka Maker... when everyone else is satisfied with their tea, you took it upon yourself to make tea that gets you hammered. By combining your passion for tea with your alcoholic tendencies you created the perfect drink. There's only one thing left to say... Sweet Tea Vodka = Absolute Deliciousness.

4 comments:

msujameson said...

Wonderful. I am going to ask the local liquor store (with a couple of Hmung hotties) to pick some up.

John said...

I built my hopes up this morning. I figured I'd stop by the liquor store on the way home, pick some of this stuff up, and celebrate another week of excellence behind me. What do I find when I click on the link to see where you can buy sweet tea vodka? THEY DON'T SELL IT IN TX!@#!@$

LCA said...

Since moving to NC I have found that they don't sell it here either... that's why I have engaged the services of a bootlegger for the time being. You can call me Big Enis.

John said...

I'm checking out trans am and 18-wheeler prices now.