Monday, June 7, 2010

SteamPink: Lounge car - drinks


It is the end of the day and we've made our way to the Lounge car. After my adventure in the Skillet with Alice, hooo-ey, do I need a drink!

What's your poison?

Go to this site and create a name:
Victorian & Steampunk Name Generator
-or create your own name

With the name concoct a drink
- for teetolars, you can make virgin drinks

Here's what I'm going to have...

Clementina Shearwater Abyndon

My drink is basically a mimosa - champagne, fresh squeezed orange juice, touch of grenadine.

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TO DO (2-parts):

1. Create drink name and description and tell me in comments.

2. Complete the 5 question survey which will be posted on the last day of SteamPink week, Saturday, June 12.

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* image source absinthe poster

============train tip============
Lounge cars carry a bar and public seating. They usually have benches or large swivelling chairs along the sides of the car. Some lounge cars include small pianos and are staffed by contracted musicians to entertain the passengers.

These cars are often pulled in addition to the dining car, and on very long trains in addition to one or more snack or cafe cars.

Lounge cars are an important part of the appeal of passenger trains when compared to aircraft, buses and cars; there is more space to move around, socialize, eat and drink, and a good view.
- wikipedia
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27 comments:

  1. I am really enjoying the ride so far.

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  2. My drink name is Steamante (spumante, lemonade and a bit of steam! :P).

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  3. My drink is:
    Pentecost Frowyk Inquisitor
    It's a mix of Scotch Whiskey (malt ofcourse), raw eggs and lemon juice. It's the perfect drink for when you return home after a day of zombie pigs in kilts clobbering.

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  4. I'll be having a Genevieve Blakeway Syng.

    It's a little bit of rum 141 mixed with goldschlagger, apple juice, and touch of amaretto.
    It's one of those delicious drinks that makes you think you're drinking apple cider instead of alcohol (it can be drunk hot), and if you let yourself forget it's alcoholic, it STINGS.

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  5. My drink is a: Matilda Hopkins Rielly

    Made with Rum, Coke, and a dash of vanilla extract.

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  6. Drink: Sybil Reddin

    Similar to a Cape Cod with some cranberry juice & vodka, and, of course, a slice of lime. Except there's a dash of apple juice + a slice of lemon and an extra lime slice, all of which float in the drink & are not stuck on the side.
    : )

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  7. Love the steampunk name generator. To drink: Lady Grace Beadle Killfoyle's Mint Juleps.

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  8. I'll have a Hortence Hiney Hargate :D

    That's amaretto, lemon-lime soda, orange juice and a splash of grenadine. With two cherries and a lemon twist. Sweet and punchy. ;) Perfect for the end of a summer day.

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  9. Personally speaking I prefer anything with Vodka or whiskey in it. But my favorite mixed drink is Stars & Stripes:
    -1/3 Grenadine
    -1/3 White Creme de Menthe
    -1/3 Creme de Violette

    Don't mix, stir or shake this, just serve as they naturally meld together.

    ~Noni
    (*recipe is approximate and taken from Here's How by W.C. Whitfield)

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  10. My name:

    Prof. Dr. E. Tiernan Correy II

    My drink: The Regulator.

    Steampunk simplicity means I name her:

    The Regulator and it consists of potato peel vodka and prune juice. Essential drinking when taking long train journeys where exercise is not possible.

    Carol T

    buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

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  11. My poison is Lady Selina Oystercatcher Rothwell :-D

    Which is a cream/strawberry/mint concoction with white rum served with ice and a lime slice, oh and the absolutely must have little parasol!

    stella.exlibris (at) gmail (dot) com

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  12. ps. had so much fun with this Victorian/Steampunk anem generator! :-D lol

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  13. My name is; Winnifred Hornige McCarthy

    My drink is The Horn, which is Ale and Jaggermeister.

    freda.mans[at]sympatioo.ca

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  15. Field-Marshal Dahlia E. March

    3 1/2 oz. citrus vodka
    3/4 oz. Chambord raspberry liqueur
    3/4 oz. Kahlua coffee liqueur
    Ice

    Shake ingredients in a shaker. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with orange peel.

    (also known as the Black Dahlia cocktail)

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  16. Name: Prof. Beatrice Ridley Macrae

    Drink: Absinthe Minded Martini
    3 oz. Gin
    1/2 oz. Absinthe
    1/2 oz. Grand Marnier
    Dry Vermouth
    1 Orange Peel

    titania86[at[yahoo.com

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  17. What wonderful drink ideas!!!!

    My favorite is Franken's Stein: which is no more or less than a genuine 19th century German stein filled to the brim with a bubbly froth of lager & a hearty shot of Jagermeister!

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  18. Ha! I love stuff like this. My name is
    Prof. Dr. Elizabeth Coogan Chaffinch III (yes, PROFESSOR DOCTOR. Oh yeah). As a Professor Doctor, I must caution you to drink in moderation, of course -- ladies mustn't have noses reddened by spirits.
    That being said, spirits can be a lovely restorative. I suggest you drink as I do: infuse vodka with lavender and vanilla (soak the sprigs and bean) and serve in a glass with a sugared rim.

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  19. My drink is Nettie Peckham Sheehan:

    * 1 oz. Irish whiskey
    * 1/4 oz. peach brandy
    * 1 oz. orange juice
    * 1 oz. sweet & sour mix

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  20. Emma Connel:

    pumpkin
    condense milk
    Guinness
    cinnamon
    vanilla

    Cut pumpkin into small pieces . Cook pumpkin.
    Put pumpkin pieces in a blender and puree.Mix to taste with remaining ingredients.

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  21. Name: Lady Louisa D. Charley

    Drink: Charley's Victorian Lemonade


    Ingredients:

    * 1 3/4 cups white sugar
    * 8 cups water
    * 1 1/2 cups lemon juice


    Directions:

    1. In a small saucepan, combine sugar and 1 cup water. Bring to boil and stir to dissolve sugar. Allow to cool to room temperature, then cover and refrigerate until chilled.
    2. Remove seeds from lemon juice, but leave pulp. In pitcher, stir together chilled syrup, lemon juice and remaining 7 cups water.

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  22. My drink is called Lady Laura Chelmsford Fagan. It's a mix between Blue Curacau, lime and lots of sugar....To guarantee a trip to cloud seven and a trip back ofcourse. :)

    Nina.happyendings@yahoo.co.uk

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  23. My drink shall be a Nimrod Coffee Voghan. A splash of coffee and a spoon of caramel mixed with rhum. Perfect for cold nights.

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  24. Did I mention that was fun?! ;)

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  25. My drink is called Lady T. Kinsela Ardel its a mimosa with a hint of lime

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