Guilty Verdict recipe
Scan me to take me with you
The Guilty Verdict drink was invented by Eric "Zuber" Zuber in Kelly's Korner bar of Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He explains the reason for the name.. "151 is a lot of proof, and we're putting it all on OJ. If there had been all that proof on OJ during the murder trial, it would have been a... Guilty Verdict".
Pour Bacardi 151 into a highball glass half-filled with ice. Add orange juice, and serve.
One of my favorite drinks
posted by Zuber @ 05:10AM, 9/13/06
For being such a simple drink, this one definitely has a distinct taste. It'll knock you on your ass but its really easy to pound em down...
When you wanna get trashed...
posted by bthompso @ 09:16PM, 5/29/07
I absolutely LOVE this drink. The OJ completely masks the harshness of 151...you could easily go half-and-half and still pound them down. Look no further if you're looking for an easy way to get wasted.
To adjust a Guilty Verdict, alter the amount of Bacardi 151 rum; 1 ounce (Life sentence) or 2 ounces (Death penalty). Also alter the amount of orange juice, to taste, where desired.
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(per 7 oz serving)
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