Let’s say right off the bat that we don’t blame Ricura Horchata — it’s a cream-based liqueur and however long that should be fresh, we’re sure it was sitting around the house for far longer than that.
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Jen and Erica are trying a Stroop Waffel liqueur available in the US from World Market.
Drunk Monkeys were live at the 2016 Chicago Womens Funny Festival and here’s the fourth of five episodes we filmed during our appearance: Viniq Shimmery Liqueur.
Drunk Monkeys were live at the 2016 Chicago Womens Funny Festival and here’s the third of five episodes we filmed during our appearance: 99 Bananas Schnapps.
Jen and Erica try Reisetbauer Carrot liqueur. Yeah, they didn’t know that was a thing, either.
It’s the second of our four part interview with Sonat Birnecker Hart of Koval Distillery. This segment we’re talking about Koval’s liqueurs.
Jen and Erica are trying Byrrh, a French wine-based, quinine-flavored apÃ©ritif that was only re-introduced to the US this year. Now that it's in the house, Fuzzy made a champagne and Byrrh cocktail this week.
It's the third season of Drunk Monkeys and Jen and Erica are diving right in and drinking Girl liqueur, a lychee and raspberry flavored mix of Cognac and vodka in a pink sparkly bottle.
Sorry that we're a day late posting this episode, but as you'll be able to tell, production values have gone way up. It's the first episode of our second 'season', and Jen and Erica are drinking the drink that started the whole Drunk Monkeys idea: the Italian amaretto liqueur Disaronno. If you'd like to see the mentioned Disaronno spin, and people who are probably aliens, here's an example.
In this episode, Jen and Erica are drinking the classic black raspberry liqueur Chambord. The Champagne and Chambord cocktail that Erica mentions is called a Kir Imperial, but Chamord is not normally used in a Cosmo. And if, like me, you need to look-up the Infant of Prague, then I have just done so for you.
It's finally here, our very first episode of Drunk Monkeys. So, first off, the name. You might notice that in the video Erica and Jen refer to Drunk Monkey, in the singular. It's been a leetle while since we filmed this first batch of shows. Somewhere in there, most crucially when I was asking Steven Lyons to draw a logo for the show, I pluralized it. And as the guy doing the typing, what I say goes, see? So the show is Drunk Monkeys and when we record the next batch of shows I'll get Jen and Erica to say it that way if I have to threaten them with MalÃ¶rt to make it stick.
In this first episode, Jen and Erica are drinking Root, from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. And already we're perhaps straying a bit from our stated goal. The idea was to drink things that you would normally drink in mixed drinks or cocktails, but to drink them straight. And Root is a liqueur that you can just sip on it's own. But the ladies had a big night of drinking weird stuff ahead of them and wanted to start out with something nice. Enough of me typing, here's what you really came to see...
See you next Friday for more drinky fun!