Redheaded slut

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Redheaded slut
TypeMixed drink
Primary alcohol by volume
ServedOn the rocks; poured over ice
Standard drinkware
Rocks Glass (Double).svg
Rocks glass (double)
Commonly used ingredients
PreparationCombine Jägermeister and schnapps in glass full of ice. Add cranberry juice to fill to top. Stir as necessary.
Notesmay also be served as a shooter -- chilled and shaken, without ice
 
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Redheaded slut
TypeMixed drink
Primary alcohol by volume
ServedOn the rocks; poured over ice
Standard drinkware
Rocks Glass (Double).svg
Rocks glass (double)
Commonly used ingredients
PreparationCombine Jägermeister and schnapps in glass full of ice. Add cranberry juice to fill to top. Stir as necessary.
Notesmay also be served as a shooter -- chilled and shaken, without ice

The redheaded slut is a cocktail made of Jägermeister, peach-flavored schnapps, and cranberry juice.

The drink is popular at bars among college-aged adults, who enjoy ordering sexually named drinks.[1]

Preparation and variations[edit]

A redheaded slut, also known as a ginger bitch, is typically made as either a mixed drink or a shooter. As a mixed drink the ingredients are generally poured over ice in a small cocktail glass, then stirred. As a shooter, the ingredients are mixed with ice in a cocktail shaker then strained and poured into a shot glass.

A very common variation includes equal parts Jägermeister, Southern Comfort, Crown Royal, and cranberry-flavored vodka.

A relatively uncommon variation substitutes Chambord for the cranberry juice, and sometimes substitutes Canadian whisky and Southern Comfort for the schnapps and Jägermeister.

Another variation, referred to as the Lindsay Lohan, includes a splash of Coke.[2]

On Prince Edward Island, a redheaded slut is a mix of Vodka, Sour Puss, and Raspberry Cordial, a carbonated raspberry soda named for the drink from Anne of Green Gables.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Gold, Amanda (March 30, 2007). "Drinks gone wild! Spring break cocktails offer an explosion of fruit, sugar and innuendo". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2007-06-07. 
  2. ^ Amanda Parsons (2009-06-12). "Drink of the Week: the Lindsay Lohan". Orange County Weekly.