The Governor’s Mansion
Okay, all we have to do is steal the idol of many hands from here and show it to the important pirates and we’ll be a third of our way to Piratedom! Piratedom is a word, right? Who cares! Pirates don’t care about that sort of thing!
What first? Hanging out here in the foyer probably isn’t the best idea… Let’s duck through that door:
That’s not good… We can salvage this though! Continue reading
Well, here it is July in California’s Central Valley and it is starting to get hot. Today it got up to 100° F, tomorrow it’s supposed to get up to 104° F?! What are you supposed to drink in that kind of weather? What could possibly be appropriate? Iced Tea wouldn’t be a bad idea, even better if it’s sweet tea. Sweet Tea, while being delicious, isn’t a cocktail though…
Until you add bourbon to it.
Bourbon Sweet Tea
(makes 1 pitcher)
- 3 cups of black tea
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 lemon, sliced
- 1 lime, sliced
- 1 orange, sliced
- 1 cup bourbon
Add sugar to tea. Put tea on stove and heat, stirring, until the sugar is dissolved. Let tea cool for a few minutes. While tea is cooling add, lime, lemon, orange, and bourbon to a large pitcher. Pour tea into pitcher. Chill. Serve in small glasses with a lemon wheel for garnish.
This was a lot like drinking candy. Delicious citrus flavored sweet tea and with a little hint of bourbon on the way down. In the future, I’d pour the tea into chilled glasses or serve it on ice to really get it cold. This was so refreshing on a hot, California summer evening.