Men who enjoy sweet and fruity cocktails, but are embarrassed to order Pina Coladas or Daquiris in front of their boys in fear of merciless ridicule, should learn how to make a hairy navel cocktail. Just adding the word “hairy” to any term makes it a bit more manly, and asking a bartender, “Can I get a hairy navel please?” sounds much less feminine than, “I’d like strawberry Margarita” while your buddies are demanding buckets of beer.
But then again, guys can be pretty brutal and if you fear your buddies will only allow you to drink beer in peace, it’s time to become a closet frou-frou drinker and learn how to make a hairy navel cocktail yourself to enjoy in the privacy of your home.
- A tall glass
- A stirrer
- 1 oz vodka
- 1 oz peach schnapps
- 6 oz orange juice
It is really quite simple to make a hairy navel cocktail. Basically, it is an ordinary screwdriver with one additional ingredient, peach schnapps. There is not much more to explain than that, but in case some of you guys have never had a screwdriver, we’ll tell you how to make a hairy navel cocktail. And away we go!
- Prepare your glass – Take a tall glass and fill it to the rim with cubed or crushed ice. No shaking or straining is required, so the ice may be put directly into the glass.
- Measure the alcohol – There is room for preferential alterations to the alcohol measurements, but the traditional way to make a hairy navel is by using one ounce of vodka and one ounce of peach schnapps. Pour the alcohol over ice into the glass.
- Add orange juice – Now that you have a glass of straight booze, it’s time to exhibit a little self control and not drink it. We know it’s hard, but until you add the orange juice it is not a hairy navel cocktail. However, you have already accomplished making a different drink call “Silk Panties” which tasty as it may be, you won’t want to order that in front of your buddies either. Add six ounces of orange juice to your glass.
You did it! You have learned to make a hairy navel cocktail, and we’re willing to bet that it is tasty as hell!
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