17 Days In A Crackhouse Drink Recipe

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15 ratings
Nutrition Information

Serving size: 1 drink

0.0 g
22 g
5.5 g


How to Make It

  1. Add ingredients to a cocktail shaker.
  2. Add ice and shake well.
  3. Pour into glass with ice!

This drink recipe was submitted by one of our courageous, yet humble readers, Rusty Reid!

Comments on 17 Days In A Crackhouse

  • Jonay bell
    Oct 3rd, 2018
    I remember this drink from back in the day , I just ordered one after yrs passed , oh Gawed I still love it!!
  • Kenzie
    Nov 26th, 2016
    My favorite
  • Skum love
    Sep 21st, 2015
    Midori Malibu captain Morgan 151 orange pineapple and cranberry That is a true crackhouse the original that was made with diesel which went out of business so we switched it to 151 I hope that in a bar in Venice Beach ca
  • Alicia
    Feb 11th, 2013
    I LOVE THIS DRINK! Even though at my local bar they only make pitchers of it and, it is expensive. BUT SO WORTH IT.
  • brad lawhorn
    Oct 7th, 2011
    Great drink, made everyone in the bar try one one after they ask what it was. Mansfield, oh
  • amelia
    May 22nd, 2011
    had it at desbos in emporia it was good worth it. had about 4 or 5 and was drunk till the next morning with no hang over its good for people that r not big drinkers or always puke pass 7 shots like me.
  • lyss
    Jan 22nd, 2010
    does it have to be drank in a crackhouse?
  • hairyback
    Jun 18th, 2009
    I think i was in that crack house
  • shlee
    May 26th, 2009
    Dang. I was a little wary about trying this one, but it came out great. Definitely one of the best new drinks I've tried so far this year!
  • jrk
    Dec 10th, 2008
    havent tried this recipe but i have seen its power at the local bar. hilarious a definite night ender believe it or not...
  • Floyd Sanders
    Oct 20th, 2008
    A pretty amazing drink, this one bartender made them all the time. I even used it as a featured drink during an event, and people still talk about it.

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