Recipe by ANG242424
"An intoxicating mixture of Southern Comfort, amaretto, grenadine and orange juice."
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1 fluid ounce
Southern Comfort liqueur
1 fluid ounce
4 fluid ounces
One of my favorites!
Very good...kind of tastes like an orange tootsie pop...
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!
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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