Drinks found on thedrunkenmoogle.com and drinksmixer.com
Hello fellow mixologists! It’s Thursday, and my Pub is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, let me fix you up something special!
- 2 oz gin
- 1 tbsp maraschino liqueur
- 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
- 1 tsp raspberry syrup
- fill with soda water
Directions: Shake with ice and strain over ice cubes in a highball glass. Fill with sparkling water and garnish with fresh raspberries.
- Waltz of the Moon (Final Fantasy VII Cocktail) (Drink created by Scrollbar.dk)
- 1 cl Bols Lychee
- 1 cl Bols Banana
- 3 cl Apple Juice
- 2 cl Orange Juice
Directions: Shake with ice and strain into Cocktail glass. Add a lime wedge for a garnish.
For Your Love by The Yardbirds from the album “Got To Hurry” 1965 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) This song is very old, however, I believe that it has aged quite well. I had always loved to listen to it as a kid, and I still like it today. It starts with a strange organ, and then a tribal drum starts playing. The vocals of this are very harmonious, and half way through the piece, a nice guitar starts strumming. In conclusion, this is a very interesting piece, and I hope you guys will enjoy it.
Tell me what you think of this piece in the comment’s section below.
Happy Listening 😀
She’s Not There by The Zombies from the album “Begin Here” 1964 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org)
It’s time for a blast from the past! This is a very old song, however, it has aged quite well. It starts with a very jazzy beat, and then the vocals start up. They are very harmonious is nature, and they put you into a trance like state. The beat combined with the vocals create a piece that is both sad and passionate. I highly recommend this piece to anybody that likes a feel-good 60’s piece.
Hey Jude by The Beatles from the album “Revolution” 1968 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) Are you guys ready for another blast to the past? I sure hope so! This is one of my favorite Beatles songs, and it still sounds good, even to this day! The melodic vocals and slow piano add a lot of emotion to this wonderful piece. Near the end of the song, the tempo picks up, and it goes full Rock! This amazing piece will have you humming the tune for hours. I highly recommend this song to absolutely everyone, and I really would love to hear what you think about it in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Wow, 100 songs already! Thank you guys so much for following this blog for all of these months. You guys are awesome! 😀
The Ghost in You by The Psychedelic Furs from the album “Mirror Moves” 1984 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) Ah yes, it’s time for a blast to the past! This song is both incredibly catchy and easy to listen to. It starts with an interesting synthesizer, and then transforms into a very awesome Soft Rock piece. The vocals almost sound like poetry, and you’ll be humming them for days after listening. I highly recommend this song to everybody. Tell me what you think about it in the comments section below.
Happy Listening And Thank You So Much! 😀 😀 😀