"An intoxicating mixture of Southern Comfort, amaretto, grenadine and orange juice." — ANG242424
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1 fluid ounce
Southern Comfort liqueur
1 fluid ounce
4 fluid ounces
One of my favorites!
Oh, this is SO good! My drink doesn't look anything like the picture (too much pulp in the orange juice, I guess), but it tastes delicious!
Very good...kind of tastes like an orange tootsie pop...
I wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did. It was easy, very smooth, sweet (but not too sweet), and "pretty" served in a glass (though I must have not used enough grenadine as mine was not as red as the picture...more coral-colored). I used this for our "Southern-themed Supper Club" and it was a hit. I will definitely make this again!
Perfect for making in bulk for entertaining :) Not to sweet that even the guys love it, plus it's got "slammer" in the name ...
It was one of the best drinks I have had!
My husband likes to have an Alabama Slammer as a shot but wasn't crazy about this one so we won't make this again. It's more of a personal preference. We still had fun trying something new though and it did do its job. :)
We offered this as one of the signature drinks at our daughter's baptism reception (Baby Bama Slammers), and they were a real hit. I couldn't believe how many people commented on how great they were (even a LOT of men switched to drinking these). The bartenders had to make several batches throughout the night. We added a little pineapple juice to sweeten it up a little.
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