Well, someone had to jump on the "asteroid coming, maybe going to die" theme — good thing Boston's Salvatore's Seaport restaurants are on that.
This weekend only, the restaurants will be serving an asteroid-named cocktail, called the "2012 DA14." Featuring Grey Goose cherry noir, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and soda, there's a little something extra — it's served with extra "rocks" and a jaw-breaker candy. (That somehow doesn't make us feel better.) Apparently, the Salvatore's restaurant at 225 Northern Ave. was to begin serving the drink at exactly 2:25 p.m. when the asteroid was closest to the Earth because, well, that coincidence is just a little creepy to not be drinking a stiff one, no?
The recipe to get you through your terrifying last moments on Earth:
2 ounces Grey Goose cherry noir
1 ounce lemon juice
1 ounce simple syrup
Soda, to top
Combine all ingredients, and serve with a jaw-breaker on top
If you're not in Boston to enjoy an asteroid cocktail, and you're genuinely concerned about an asteroid coming for you, then we just recommend drinking all the cocktails. We'll start with this last margarita recipe you'll ever need.
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