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Drink Review : Southern Comfort Liqueur

One of the world’s most famous liqueurs, Southern Comfort is made with American grain spirit and peaches and tastes great with traditional lemonade, or with vodka, orange & grenadine: the ‘Alabama Slammer’.

Southern Comfort Review:

Southern Comfort is not a drink I drink often but it is one of the drinks I can really appreciate when I do get a chance. This cheap and tastey orange liqueur is great with any kind of cup you enjoy with your drinks, such as lemonade, Long Island Iced Tea, or even an alcoholic brew. Southern comfort is also great for parties and events, you can prepare instantly or buy in a big bottle ready to be served or give away to your guest or hand out. Southern Breeze, the blue beverage is also a popular one with a great flavoring which is pretty good too, if your looking to add variety to your drinks.

Southern Comfort Review:

Southern Comfort is cheap, and potent. For the price it packs a real punch, but if you are daft enough to drink it all of course you don’t care, but I don’t think it’s a bad thing to take a good look at your drinking and have a good hard think about the effects before you take a swig! Southern Comfort is for golfers, party goers and college kids. Southern Comfort really is a drink for ‘anyone’ no matter what their age. Southern currant is also the drink for all non-Alaskan state brides to be, so it’ll be the only drink your Arizona wife will want to consume during your evening of drinking and debauchery. If you don’t like it then you’re too poor to afford the price tag anyway.

Southern Comfort is one of the premiere liquors in the entire world, meaning that it’s only popularity has come from the fact that it’s really fucking good, which it is. Southern Comfort can be sipped as it is, or used for mixing drinks and as an ingredient in other liquors. If its good enough to be thrown in drinks it’s good enough for a cocktail. Drinking it straight or mixed with half and half, should add loads of sweetness to any drink, which is also why it is enjoyed with lemonade and some sodas too.

For the price of Southern Comfort, you will not find a finer drink than this, and for that reason alone, you should buy Southern Comfort and enjoy it for all that it is and for how greatly it affects your imbibing.

Southern Comfort Review:

Southern Comfort is very popular because of its stimulating effects. One hit and your smiling and dancing because of Southern Comforts subtle sweet flavors. It also creates an nice buzz for its people. Some will drink it to a point where they can’t understand what they’re saying or doing. Other’s will use it to get drunk at a party or get drunk at all. Southern Comfort is a very good drink to use when having a good time. Southern Comfort is also one of the most loaded liquors on the market, it has a lot of kick. Southern Comfort mixing makes the perfect drink to start out with so you don’t judge the bottle until you’ve tried it.

Southern Comfort Review:

Southern Comfort is a liquor that is sweet and very much like our Canadian pop juice, sprite. It is very strong and can be used to get you drunk very quickly, maybe too quick to drink another bottle. It is sweet and slightly fruity and gives you a nice wink from it. It is a very nice drink. When drinking because it is simply licking a people’s wrist after putting on a nice jade bracelet. Southern Comfort liquor is less strong than some of the other liquors in the market today, which makes it a much better choice for drinking. It isn’t as strong as its darker brother Southern Damp, a southern comfort is called sweet because of its sweet taste and not its strength. Some people think you should drink it at certain times in your life such as deer hunting, for this reason it is used in camouflage blends per ounce. Southern Comfort is a very nice drink and is great to have in your liquor cabinet at all times. 

Written by Mark Adams

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