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An Excuse for a Haiku

March 5, 2014

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A blog name inspired by film director Sergio Leone

A kick-ass cocktail in his honour

Spaghetti Western – I’m a little drunk on you

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Recipe for this killer drink courtesy Food Republic using the new (to Australia) SOLERNO Blood Orange Liqueur

Giddyup!

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8 comments

  1. Ambradambra, thanks for the reminder of those great movies. I also love what I call “noodle westerns” – John Woo’s distinctive offerings in “Face Off” and “Broken Arrow” for example. I guess you need to find us the recipe for a saki sling for that!


  2. Oh yes, had forgotten about the Asian offerings. Lovely idea about a saki sling – might need to find an Italian twist to go with it!


  3. Mmmm – it is 8am here in London but I want one if these! Jenny x


    • Well, I suppose you could justify it as surely the Italian Blood Orange liqueur must have lots of Vitamin C in it?


  4. Had never heard of Solerno but totally seduced by that colour! (To drink
    to an Ennio Morricone score, I expect.)


    • I’ve only recently discovered this liqueur too. It hasn’t been in AUstralia that long … not cheap, but worth it for the beautiful bottle. And it really tastes divine.


  5. A lovely three-liner. It would appear that Spaghetti Westerns are not for the faint hearted … i’d have to water me one of those babies down, i suspect. Great work … as always.


    • They sure do pack a punch. Delicious, but to be drunk in moderation. And not before getting on a horse.



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