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The A-Roid cocktail

Posted by Devra First  March 11, 2009 12:40 PM

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It was, perhaps, inevitable that someone would create an A-Roid cocktail.

That someone is Bonfire. It's offering the drink along with its seasonal Red Sox menu -- Francona's franks, truffled Papel-corn, Guinness "Big Frapi," etc.

What is an A-Roid cocktail, you ask? A shot of El Mejor tequila, straight up, with a "Performance-Enhancing Boost of Spicy Tomato 'Juice'" (smoked tomatoes, tomato juice, lemon juice, Tabasco, and jalapenos). It comes in a syringe without a needle; you can inject it into the shot or use it as a chaser.

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Am I the only one who's actually starting to feel a little sorry for A-Rod?

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