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The Bla’gaard


History
The Bla’gaard (local bastardisation of ‘black guard’ — example: “I bla’gaarded the bugger”) was invented by my goodself out of necessity (it was Poya, it was the only booze available, and I couldn’t be arsed to go out and get tonic). It has been tried and declared “bloody good” by all my friends.

Ingredients
50ml Rockland Dry Gin
50ml Guava Juice
Ice
Soda
Lime

Method
Take a glass (doesn’t matter what it looks like, as long as it can hold 200ml, who gives a shit), and add 3-4 roughly broken chunks of ice (no cubes please). Drop in two thick wedges of lime. Pour gin. Add guava juice. Top up with soda. Stir well. Cheers.Repeat until desired result is achieved.

PS: For a slightly sweeter (Baby Bla’gaard) version, use Sprite instead of soda. For a slightly bitter (Damn Bla’gaard) version, use tonic instead of soda.

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January 14, 2008 - Posted by | F&B | , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. sounds yummy…must try it out sometime ūüėÄ

    Comment by Azrael | January 14, 2008 | Reply

  2. wonder what chris conway would say to that?
    perhaps he’d try it with mendis old…nah he’d drink that neat me thinks…how about a drunken monkey cocktail collection…here’s my contribution
    one shot of cashew feni(goa’s tequilla) with fresh lemon squeezed in,
    one bottle of lion lager,
    a shot of old arrack.
    rapid fire all three down the hatch.
    guaranteed explosion in the head:-)

    Comment by Caje | January 16, 2008 | Reply

  3. Chris would probably have opted for neat Mendis Gold.

    BTW the Bla’gaard went well with the Goan sausage.

    Comment by David Blacker | January 17, 2008 | Reply

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  5. ah-haa…

    Comment by dee | August 16, 2009 | Reply


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