A Conversation for Pan-Galactic Gargle Blasters

Yet another take on the PGGB...

Post 1

Fang_Boy the Vampiric Frood

Here's a recipe I've concocted myself over the past few days:

1 1/4 Jameson (Ol' Janx Spirit)
1/2 Gin (Bombay Sapphire, to represent Arcturan Mega-Gin)
1/2 Citron vodka (Fallian Marsh gas)
1/2 Spiced Rum (Tooth of Algolian Sun Tiger)
1/4 101 Clear mint schnapps (Hypermint extract)
1/2 Curacao (Zamphour)
2 Drops Green Tabasco (also Tooth of Algolian Sun Tiger)
Splash of lime juice
Splash of orange juice

This particular recipe quite definitely has the effect of having your brains smashed out with a slice of lemon wrapped around a large gold brick, as evidenced by the fact that I'm having roughly two typing errors per word.... >.> Most of this is my own take, but I have been aided by a couple of my acquaintances who are professional bartenders for both potency and palatability. Please feel free to comment, and PLEASE try this for yourselves and let me know what you think! smiley - smiley


Yet another take on the PGGB...

Post 2


Hey thanks for the recipe, it's the best I've seen so far smiley - biggrin

But, I'm a bit of a cocktail noob so could you please also post instructions (if you can remember them, I know what effect PGGBs have on the brain).

Thanks again smiley - bubbly

Yet another take on the PGGB...

Post 3


Thanks for the recipe! I have so far managed to avoid the lemon-wrapped gold brick effects of the drink, but only because I had the foresight to train in the months leading up to this first PGGB by drinking at least one double-shot of 94-proof spiced rum per day, until it no longer caused me to talk like a pirate.

It also occurred to me that this drink might be more for sipping than shooting, and it should be noted that the first sip caused a definite lack of sensation in my tongue. Just this small taste of the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster induced a statistically significant increase in my enjoyment of the 2005 HGTTG movie, which I have playing for obvious obligatory reasons.

Stocking up from a dead start to make this drink does come at a cost, and when I mentioned to the clerk at the liquor store that I was working on a "project", she looked at me like I was somehow going to to use content of my shopping basket in a suitcase nuke.

All in all, well done, and thanks once again. My liver would like me to relay that it hopes you're proud of yourself.

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