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back when i lived in aberdeen i went to hulabaloo a couple of times and they served a drink called the purple duck. Does anyone recall what was in it?

 

All i can remember was Vodka, Blue Curacao, Goldschlager, Lemonade, but i could swear there was another liquor in it.

If purple then surely something red in with Curacao

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back when i lived in aberdeen i went to hulabaloo a couple of times and they served a drink called the purple duck. Does anyone recall what was in it?

 

All i can remember was Vodka, Blue Curacao, Goldschlager, Lemonade, but i could swear there was another liquor in it.

 

That sounds a lot like a Ladyboy.

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back when i lived in aberdeen i went to hulabaloo a couple of times and they served a drink called the purple duck. Does anyone recall what was in it?

 

All i can remember was Vodka, Blue Curacao, Goldschlager, Lemonade, but i could swear there was another liquor in it.

 

 

Port.

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:laughing:

 

Any cocktail tips for Midori or other heterosexual drinks folks?

 

Mini this should be right up your street. You're keen on cocktail pitchers if memory serves me right.

Aye, I'm a fan, I much prefer my own, 'Danger bomb' though which has jaeger, aftershock, sambuca, tequila and redbull in it.

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A lady boy is a pint of lager served with Tonic water with a slice of lemon topped up with Gordons Gin and a side glass of Baileys Irish Cream.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW4yAPpEwT0

 

I wasn't talking about the drink... I was talking about the kind of person who would drink "Vodka, Blue Curacao, Goldschlager, Lemonade, but i could swear there was another liquor in it. "

 

:thumbs:

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A lady boy is a pint of lager served with Tonic water with a slice of lemon topped up with Gordons Gin and a side glass of Baileys Irish Cream.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW4yAPpEwT0

 

Back in my student days, we used to order these while out on the town! Half the fun used to be explaining to the barman exactly what constituted a Lady Boy, just to see their reaction! It was actually a disappointment when you were served by a fellow Partridge fan, who knew exactly what you wanted and served you the drinks without batting an eyelid!

 

Mind, a round of Lady Boys used to hit you hard in the wallet!

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