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Ray's Cocktail Night!

Tuesday 3 September 2013, 12:36

Tayler Cresswell Tayler Cresswell

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Ray's Cocktail Night at Grey Gables Ray's Cocktail Night at Grey Gables

Wednesday night is our informal Cocktail night at Grey Gables. I do hope you can join me! There will be wonderfully exotic cocktails and I’m planning to bring a bit of much needed atmosphere and sparkle to the place.

We’ve knocked up a brand new cocktail menu thanks to our Twitter and Facebook regulars. If you have any more recipe suggestions, post them below and I’ll get the barman to add them to the menu.

So come along and step outside your comfort zone!

Cheers!
Ray

 

Grey Gables Cocktail Night Menu

 

The Grey Gable: Vodka, lemonade and tapioca... With a cocktail sausage on a stick, of course (@SueArcher6 on Twitter

Sex on the slurry  (@salvatorRosa on Twitter)

The Brenda: A white Russian with sour grapes (@MagneticFlea on Twitter

The Kathy: 1 part tap water, 1 part melted ice, 1 part flat lemonade (@TheVonster on Twitter)  

The Kathy II - 3 parts humiliation 1 part subservience - tasting note: needs more spirit  (@aroundrobinbooks on Twitter)

The Pip: no spirit, just a lot of whine  (@beckyblackbooks on Twitter)

The Pip II: a sour apple based liqueur laced with irresponsibility, finished with a blade of grass and served in a glass milk bottle.  (Daniel Rarchese-Mobinson on BBC The Archers Facebook page)

The Jazza: 6 part absinthe, 5 part cointreau, 4 part cognac, 3 part saline drip at the nearest NHS hospital...  (@olympians on Twitter)

The Shula Sin Swing: 3 parts lemonade, 1 part white wine, 4 parts Holy water (@Airscaper on Twitter)

The Jennifer: 1 measure Lovely Coffee, 1 of That Cheese & gin she's been forced to look after for someone else (@Lucyvfreeman on Twitter

The Pawel: A vodka-based pick-me-up.  (@redfellterrier on Twitter)

The Clarrie: Now back with its original recipe  (@DarrenK73 on Twitter)

The Grundy: a pint of Shires bought by someone (anyone) else  (@jannymct on Twitter)

The George Barford: Just one shot  (@PeterKVT80 on Twitter)

The Emma: Babycham and bitter lemon (@ellespeller on Twitter)

The Horrobin Slammer: make it up as you go along.  (@TheVintageYear on Twitter)

Sex on the pasture: Vodka, Baileys, Tia Maria and Grange Farm milk  (Tim Porter on BBC The Archers Facebookpage)

 

Tayler Cresswell is The Archers' social media host

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    Comment number 1.

    New cocktail, The Martin Gibson. A Drink in the traditional Hurry up, and wait style. Just make sure that you put it on the bill, that never gets paid. Then call whoever in, at the least convenient times.

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    Sounds delicious Peter ; )

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    Comment number 3.

    Sorry, this business with Kathy and Martin is no longer believable. Martin has breached so many labour laws, not to mention that 'dont worry your pretty little head' comment a while ago. Moreover, Kathy must know that he is answerable to the committee that appointed him. This has gone on too long for it to make any real sense. The script writers are just being lazy. Richard

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    Comment number 4.

    I think it's brilliant that you've brought in Gordon Brittas from the much loved Brittas Empire to run Grey Gables in Caroline's absence. I hope we may look forward to more cameos by characters from other sit-coms. I'd like to suggest Mr Rigsby from Rising Damp as Darrell's landlord when he get's off the street. With a visiting Shula as the Miss Jones character the consequences could be hilarious. But I'm afraid whoever you've got doing Blakey from On the Buses as Martin at the golf club has completely mis-read the role.

 

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