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RJ’s Panty Wetter

Mixitbaby's History of Shots - RJ's Panty Wetter

Shot of the Week: RJ’s Panty Wetter
Category: Tutti fruiti
Ingredients: 1/2 oz coconut rum, 1/2 oz vodka, 1/2 oz melon liqueur, splash sweet n sour, pineapple, 7up, squeeze lemon and lime, (Preparation: shake n strain into martini glass) – layer 1/4 raspberry liqueur on top.
History: He was a legend, women would go weak at the knees even at a mere glimpse of this strapping stud of a man they called RJ. Built like a brick shit house with piercing blue eyes, a nose that oozed ruggedness and a brace of perfectly symmetrically curved ears, RJ had it all. But even though the entire female population adored him, ironically, this stallion of a man had no interest in women, but instead, his number one passion was his love for the ponies. From an early age RJ longed to acquire his very own stable of fine thoroughbred fillies. He always longed for opening day at the Del Mar races and adored to watch their long legs and perfect muscular behinds. He drooled as one by one these beautiful creatures strutted their stuff and would bustle his way through the large crowds to get as close as possible so he could get a quick feel as they paraded in front of him before a good galloping down the Del Mar turf. But unfortunately RJ realized that his daytime bar tending job was never going to fulfill his ambitious goal of making 50 million dollars to buy all the top-prized racing horses in the land. So RJ reluctantly turned to the adult movie business to help fulfill his dream of building his equine empire. It didn’t take long, his focus, hard work and dedication paid off handsomely and after starring in such classics as Mr. Panty Wetter, The Panty Wetter Diaries and Fifty Shades of Panty Wetting, RJ had amassed the capital he needed. Today, RJ is one of the most successful owner/trainers of his generation and his signature shot RJ’s Panty Wetter is a fan favorite amongst the Del Mar racing faithful. A true success story and inspiration to us all that anything is possible with hard work, focus, dedication and ridiculously good looks.

Horny Mohican

Mixitbabys History of Shots - Horny Mohican
Creamy N Dreamy
 1/2 oz creme de banana, 1/2 oz Irish cream liqueur, 1/2 oz coconut rum (Preparation: layer)
History: In a river valley in what is now considered upstate New York there lived a peaceful tribe of Indians that were known as the Muhheconneoks translated into “the people of the waters that are never still”. Strategically located next to the river Mahicannituck, the tribe lived a sustained lifestyle with an abundance of natural resources including clean plentiful water, forests as green as an Irish shamrock, and loads of fish and game as seen by no other. They took no more than what was needed and were always sure to replenish for future generations. They were a great people that would dance, sing and tell stories. One story passed down through generations was the tale of a tribal leader known as Chief Amorous. He was a legend in his own right with historical records showing a family tree of 10 wives and 47 children. The colder the winter, the larger the clan in summer. If he wasn’t hunting in the woods he was hunting under the fur covers. He was given the nickname in Indian folklore with the translated name of “the fertile turtle”. So a toast to the legend of Chief Amorous and a shot appropriately named in his honor known as the “Horny Mohican”.

Sweet Tart

mixitbabys history of shots - Sweet Tart
Tutti fruiti
3/4 oz vodka, 3/4 oz melon liqueur, splash sweet n sour, splash 7up (Preparation: shake n strain)
History: Her name was Delilah Digginbottom and she was the sweetest and most hospitable Southern lady you could ever meet. She lived in a small Kentucky town by the name of Stuffington Commons and her small family bakery “Stuffington Tarts” was located just below the local brothel of the same name. Word has it that after the jaded gentlemen had finished their cavorting upstairs, they would come downstairs to get a second helping of some good old fashioned southern goodness and gobble down on one of her delicious sweet tarts. Delilah’s tarts came in all shapes, sizes, colors and flavors, but a real favorite among her loyal patrons was the tart stacked with plump juicy melons, some lemon and lime zest and a few shots of her home distilled velvety vodka. We toast Delilah for being the inspiration behind the Sweet Tart shot and commend her for such gracious southern hospitality.

Foxy Lady

Mixitbabys History of Shots - Foxy Lady

Category: Creamy N Dreamy
Ingredients: 3/4 oz vodka, 3/4 oz coffee liqueur, 3/4 oz amaretto, Splash cream(Preparation: shake and strain)
History: Her name was Lola Harris and in the late 70’s she was the queen of the New York club life. When the weekends rolled around she could be seen at the hottest clubs in town.  Everyone would clear a path just to watch Luscious Lola strut her stuff.  She could be seen doing the Hustle at 12 West and the Bump Dance at Studio 54.   She would crank out the Robot at Xenon and work the Bus Stop at Paradise Garage.  With a shake of the hip and a click of the heel Lola was hands down the hottest girl around.  Lola would march to the beat her own drum.  She wore trouser suits in electric blue and hot pants that put a flamingo’s pink to shame.    Her hair would be feathered on Friday and Shag by Saturday morn.  Nobody could set a fashion trend as quickly as Lola Harris.  On a Friday night in mid august 1978 a young bartender by the name of Dirk Diggles had finally came face to face with the queen cozying up to the bar at The Anvil.   She ordered a concoction with fine Russian vodka, a Mexican coffee liqueur just hitting the scene, a deliciously sweet Italian delicacy and a splash of cream to top it all off.  Shaken well was the only way Lola would have it.  It was that night that Dirk created a cocktail to give tribute and praise to New York’s dancing Queen Lola Harris.  That cocktail went by the name of Foxy Lady.  A toast to Lola, may you forever do, your own Electric Bugaloo!