What does “Vodka stinger, whiskey back” mean?

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It’s something ordered at a bar.

5 Answers

  • It’s a Vodka Stinger (1 oz. White Creme de Menthe, 1 oz. Vodka, shaken with ice and strained into a c̫o̫ςκtail glass) with a shot of whiskey to back it up, that is, to drink after the Stinger.

    It leads to delusions and dementia, hugging the porcelain god, and hangover extraordinaire. Or so I’m told.

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    Vodka Stinger Ingredients 1 oz White Creme de Menthe 1 oz Vodka Shake ingredients with ice, strain into a c̫o̫ςκtail glass, and serve Whiskey back: pour 2 ounces Whiskey into a pony shot glass and serve next to the vodka stinger

  • Hey its Corvato’s twin. I knew he had multi-accounts. LOL Vodka Stinger Ingredients 1.5 oz White Creme de Menthe 1-2 oz Vodka Shake these ingredients along with ice, strain them into a c̫o̫ςκtail glass, and serve. For a Whiskey back pour about two ounces of Whiskey into a pony shot and serve with the above stinger.

  • YOur main drink is the vodka stinger. When you drink that, you chase it with a shot of whiskey.

    You’ll get hammered fast

  • Means a pretty sure bet of at least a hangover.

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