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Christmas Morning Special

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Christmas Morning Special

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Merry a few days after Christmas! We’re still in the throes of a whirlwind holiday extravaganza but I wanted to pop in and share a time-honored Waldron family tradition, the Christmas Morning Special.

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Each year my Poppie makes this concoction, something he describes as a Southern Comfort Old Fashioned. It’s SoCo, orange juice, cherries, and oranges. Sweet, smooth, delicious, and festive. Perfect for a holiday morning!

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Christmas Morning Special

1 jigger Southern Comfort

As many cherries as your heart desires

An orange slice

Orange juice

Muddle together orange, cherry, ice, and SoCo. Pour in orange juice, as little or as much as you like. Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  • Kim of Mo'Betta

    28.12.2011 at 11:10 Reply

    That sounds fabulous!

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