"Joey! Let's make some wake-up juice.'
Chester to his assistant Joey
The bartender grinned and waved a young man over to the bar.
'Joey,' he instructed, 'get me some tabasco sauce, cayenne pepper, chili peppers and mustard seed.'
The young fellow nodded and ran into the back room, as the bartender reached behind the polished wooden shelf and pulled out a bottle of vinegar and part of an onion. His helper rushed back with an armful of jars and bottles and dumped them on the bar. The bartender whistled tunelessly as he mixed all of it in a beer glass, then glanced up at Marty.
'In ten minutes,' the barkeep remarked cheerfully, 'he'll be as sober as a priest on Sunday."
From Back to the Future Part III by Craig Shaw Gardner

Over a quarter of a century after Back To The Future I, II  and III, and here we sit on October 21st, the day Marty McFly travels back to so he can save his yet unborn children. How time flies, backwards and forwards.
What did the movie get right? We have hoverboards, almost. We have big screen TVs, but we're still waiting for that pizza hydrator, darn it.
Luckily we don't have to wait for the Wake Up Juice that Doc was given in the bar scene. Here it is, in all it's eye popping glory ... but with a little kick added by using chile infused vodka. Try it, if you dare, it might even kick you back to the future.


2 Oz. Chile Pepper Vodka
1 Tsp. Green Olive Juice
2 Drops Tabasco Sauce
Pinch of Cayenne Pepper

TOOLS: Cocktail  (Martini) Glass, Cocktail Shaker

GARNISH: Cocktail Onion, Green Olive, Mustard Seeds

Chill the glass.
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
Add the chile pepper vodka, green olive juice, Tabasco and the pinch of cayenne then shake until well chilled.
Strain into the chilled glass and garnish with a cocktail onion, a green olive and a few mustard seeds and serve.

"The bartender leaned over the bar, handing Marty both the glass, which was now filled with a uniform, vile brown liquid, and a clothespin.
'Put the clothespin over his nose,' the bartender instructed. 'When he opens his mouth, pour it down his gullet. Then stand back.'
Marty did as he was told, placing the clothespin over the bridge of Doc's nose, effectively closing off his nasal passages. The sleeping Doc opened his mouth to gulp in air. In a single fluid motion, Marty poured the contents of the glass into Doc's gullet."
From Back to the Future Part III by Craig Shaw Gardner


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