Category Archives: Drinking with George
Drinking with George is about drinking with George. He’ll teach us how to drink, what to drink, how to make drinks, we’ll listen to him talk while he drinks and we’ll just straight up watch him drink. Trust me, it’s fascinating… but when he vomits, it’s super loud.
My buddy George dropped by to put on a cocktail making clinic and share his own modification to a Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters recipe he found somewhere on this thingy the kids call the inter-web. The Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters cocktail is an amusing little drink that is worthy of any warm evening. To further amuse your friends at parties (trust me, after a few of these bad boys, it’ll be easy), you can explain that this drink traces its origins back to the novel, A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which describes it as the best drink in the universe. As far as drinks go, it’s a sweet one – I guess it’s a cocktail… I understand that a cocktail is any alcoholic mixed drink that contains two or more ingredients… whatever. Here is his recipe:
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
- 1 small juice glass
- 1 shot glass
- ice cubes
- flavored vodka (citrus or mango is recommended)
- triple sec
- orange soda
- pineapple juice
Combine 1 to 2 shots of flavored vodka (to taste; 1 and a half shots is recommended) and 1 shot of triple sec in a small juice glass. Fill the reminder of the glass (to desired level) with pineapple juice and add a dash of orange soda. Drop in 1 or 2 ice cubes. Enjoy responsibly.
Neither CreativeJamie.com nor George claims ownership of the recipe, the name ‘Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters’ or responsibility if you act a damn fool while mangled on Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters.
This video was filmed with my Canon VIXIA HF M300 and edited with Adobe Premier CS 4. I used the on-board mic rather than my external and I also chose the wrong auto white balance setting, so things are a bit more on the sepia side than I would prefer. The mic issue didn’t end up being a big deal since this is a digital camera and doesn’t have a tape turning, so the camera noise is minimal, if any at all. Also, this is my camera work at its worst… Next time, I’m going to set up a monitor rather than relying on the tiny display on the camera, but really, I chose a poor primary angle and setup that main shot poorly. I also could have used some back light. Oh well – I learned a lot and next time, I think you’ll see significant improvement.