Serbian Guerilla Fighter Drink Recipe

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How to Make It

Yukon first, Kruskovac middle, Slivovica on top. Light, blow out, drink! No sipping allowed.

Comments on Serbian Guerilla Fighter

  • vmil
    Jul 11th, 2010
    "Serbian Guerilla Fighter" is made in honour of Canadian Major-General Lewis Wharton MacKenzie who was most famous for establishing and commanding Sector Sarajevo as part of the United Nations Protection Force UNPROFOR in Yugoslavia in 1992. Serbian respect his courage and his willing to tell the thru about war in Bosnia. They believe that his is friend of Serbian people and freedom fighter. That is why the most important ingredient are: 1st - 30 ml - "Yukon Jack" (canadian whiskey with honey) - represent General MacKenzie, 2nd - 30 ml - "Lozovača" (local Serbian grape-brandy, no color) - represent clarity of thru and 3rd - 30 ml - "Šljivovica" (must be "Manastirka" (Monastery) brand, local Serbian plum-brandy, with rich yellow color) - represent memory of burned Serbian churches and monasteries. Becuse of that, this 3rd layer is put on fire. Fire must be distinguished by hand on top of the glass and than drink at once. General MacKenzie know about this cocktail and have this cocktail in Sarajevo more than once during his service in Bosnia :) So, the origin of this cocktail is Republic of Srpska, part of Bosnia, but because of war it is better to say that it is Serbian origin.

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