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AJ Hajir Hajian’s “The AJ Hajir Hajian”

The Tribune Tribunal finds this drink (which, it should be noted, is being consumed after consuming all of the other drinks of the evening) quite satisfying. Again, the Midori, as with the other exotic liqueur from earlier in the day, Lychee, is somewhat overpowering, and the entire drink is permeated with the taste of melon. However, given the ample amounts of strong juices, it produces what can only be described as a ballroom dance class in your mouth. While the explanation is a total #fail, this drink is to be commended. I’ll be making it again. Four and thirty-four three-hundred-eighty-thirds out of five.

  • 1 part Midori
  • 0.5 part Vodka
  • 0.5  part Raspberry liqueur
  • 2 parts Pineapple juice
  • 2 parts Cranberry juice

The RBT is done for the evening on the drinks. We’re off to see results. The rest of the submissions all included beer, so it was deemed to be … imprudent … to consume them at this time.

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