Yoe Yoe Mah

Yoe Yoe Mah

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  1.  I chose this name for this cocktail for one reason: I couldn’t come up with anything better than this lame, predictable, hackneyed title. I mean… the drink has Limoncello in it, so I was thinking cello… Chinese guy with funny name… cello… Chinese guy with funny name… like a blithering nincompoop, and it stuck in my head to such an extent that I still can’t conceive of a better name for this concoction, even though I recognize the dire need for one.

    I prefer to keep my recipes simple. The more ingredients you use, the harder it is to distinguish them individually. This is why I waste so much of your and my valuable time filling in space with silly and often childish whimsy rather than provide you with information you can actually use: the simplicity of my recipes gives me more free time than I know what to do with. See, this is why I love writing for Experts123.com: they don’t care how much I ramble senselessly. Maybe they’re used to it.

    This cocktail can be a refreshing refreshment on a hot day, say while lounging in Key West outside a bar playing Jimmy Buffet songs way too loud, just like every other bar. However, if you ask your bartender to serve you a Yoe-Yoe-Mah, he’ll either look at you funny or—if you have an incredible sense of timing—he may deposit a Chinese cellist with a funny name onto your table, and the bill for that might be astronomical.

    Here’s what you do:

    • Pre-chill a stemmed cocktail glass for 15 minutes in a freezer
    • Fill a mixing glass with cube ice and add:
    • 1 1/2 oz. vodka
    • 1/2 oz. Limoncello
    • Float 1/2 oz. Grand Marnier
    • Garnish with a lemon wedge or twist

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