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Alabama Slammer

Many variations of the Alabama Slammer exist, and the common ingredients are usually Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Sloe Gin and Orange Juice. I add a portion of vodka and a little sweet and sour which seems to make the cocktail just a bit nicer for my taste.

Alabama SlammerAlabama Slammer

1/2 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Southern Comfort
1/2 oz Amaretto
1/2 oz Sloe Gin
tsp Lemon Juice
tsp Sugar Syrup
Orange Juice

Fill an 8 to 10 oz glass with ice.
Add the Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Sloe Gin, Lemon Juice and Sugar Syrup
Fill with Orange Juice
Stir gently until a the outside of the glass frosts.
Garnish with an Orange slice if desired.


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