Pickle Power

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  • graphicphreaks posted 2 years ago

    My cousin told me about pickle "backs" with whiskey - he even started a company around it : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pickleback/250503265104517
    I was hesitant to try it but my kids came home on leave and my cousin sent us a bottle. Pretty darn straight! And the "pickleback" product is so good! - more so than straight from the jar pickle juice! and you cna use it in many recipes too .

  • Katrina posted 4 years ago

    I'm looking for vodka and gherkin juice recipes, but a bit lighter than just these two - what mixer would work best?

    thanks!

  • Mike Fugere posted 4 years ago

    ...I invented JD and pickle juice on Dec.31st 1999 at 11:45pm only 15 min left before New Years we had a half a bottle of JD and no mix I looked in the fridge saw a jar of Vlasic Dill Pickles voila *Jack Vlasic* was born :)

  • Katie posted 6 years ago

    I've been doing these for years....except we call them a Tijuana hooker. Whatever the name...it's good!!

  • Julian posted 6 years ago

    I've been drinking vodka & pickle back with halibut and chips sense 1962 up here in Alaska, it came from Russia and we thought we were behind time.

  • Terry posted 6 years ago

    In Southern Colorado, along the Arkansas trail, we call it a
    San Juan Hooker (Patron followed by Pickle juice)and for the fellas, add a dash or 4 of Tabasco and it's called a Dirty San Juan Hooker!!!
    The lime and salt is dead and gone, POWER TO THE PICKLE!!

  • cna training posted 6 years ago

    Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

  • Frankie posted 6 years ago

    Hey H! It's me, frank (used to work at Counter). Thanks for setting the record straight! I have frequented and worked at Bushwick Country Club for years. It's true, it's McClures or it's just not right.

  • Kristi posted 6 years ago

    I have heard of this drink before (and have been shooting them for years)....but I've always known it as a "Pickle Pony" - however, instead of Jameson, it used Crown Royal. I heard about it from a friend, who heard about it from someone else.

  • gardner Dunn posted 6 years ago

    Well put H. Hope to have one with you soon. See you in Vegas. Cheers


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