So you want to get drunk. Been there, done that. I have to warn you, though — alone, these drinks burn.
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Bacardi is dangerous. With Here are 12 badass ways to drink the dreaded without wanting to vom. Drop a double shot of Bacardi into a mug of Guinness. Recipe adapted from barnonedrinks. Mix graham cracker crumbs and hot chocolate packet together in a small bowl. Take a martini glass and press the rim into a bowl of Fluff. Then dip it into the hot chocolate mix. Pour the vodka, chocolate syrup and cream into a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously, then strain into a martini glass.
Bacardi is a discontinued brand of highly alcoholic rum made by Bacardi Limited of Hamilton, Bermuda. It is named for its alcohol proof level of , that is, Bacardi was sold in the United States from at least until , when its production was discontinued. As with all high-alcohol beverages, Bacardi was flammable. Bacardi had multiple warnings on the label of the bottle stating that it should not be ignited or exposed to an open flame. Bottles were also equipped with a stainless steel flame arrester crimped onto the neck of the bottle to prevent the rum inside the bottle from igniting, in case a consumer ignored the warnings and applied the rum to a source of ignition e. Despite the warnings against ignition and the flame arrester, consumers have claimed to have been burned by people who ignored repeated warnings, removed the flame arrester, and exposed the bottle to an open flame. Bacardi was typically used in sweet drinks, such as the Hurricane and Caribou Lou, which combine rum and fruit juices.