There’s a new drink being added to the menu at club O POS. It’s called Loving A Vampire.
Sweet and sour mix
Multi-flavored ice cubes (ex – frozen cubes of orange juice and grape juice for color.)
So, of course I had to make it myself and give it a taste test. It passed!
Read this excerpt from Wicked Fantasies to see why these ingredients are so important to this drink?
“By the way, I have an idea for a new drink.”
“I can’t wait to hear this.”
“It’s called, Loving A Vampire. I figure if you can have a drink called, Sex On The Beach, you can have one called, Loving A Vampire.”
“I love the name. What goes in it?”
“I was thinking vodka. Mostly because everyone who has come to the bar has ordered something with vodka in it. Plus, vodka sneaks up on you. It has bite, like my vampire. Which leads to the next ingredient. A splash of cranberry juice. Can you guess why?”
“Yep. Add a little sweet and sour mix. Because vamps can be deadly when needed, but sweet when they’re with their mates.”
“I’m feeling this so far.”
“And, I figured we could add multiflavored ice cubes to the drink. To add more color.”
“What do they represent?”
“When you have sex with a vampire, it’ll send you to cloud nine, high above the rainbows.”
Jackson burst out laughing.
“There’s one more ingredient.”
Jackson licked his lips. “What do they represent?”
“You know,” she whispered.
He touched her thigh. “Ms. Wet?”
“Yep. Vampires seem to love eating the cherry.”
“This vampire definitely loves eating your cherry.”
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