The Vig's Cougar Juice

Yeah, yeah, cocktails have funny names. Remember a shot called The Abortion, from the 80s?

If you do, ladies, you're likely old enough to identify with a drink on the menu at The Vig called Cougar Juice.

This pretty (ballsy) drink is a potent mix of house infused vanilla Ketel One vodka, chambord and amaretto, with a Champagne floater.

One question: Should the hunter be drinking this, or is it intended for the prey? Either way, this one is just short of a roofie, which is good, since it's priced at $9. You won't need two.

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