Cairo, Egypt — As the decade comes to a close, “Best of” lists abound. The best movie of the decade is obviously anything starring Adam Sandler. The best song was Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, which was also the best song of the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s.
As for the best late-night libation, the Molotov Cocktail has taken top honors.
The competition was stiff. The Long Island Ice Tea, White Russian, and Grandma’s Christmas Morning Shots were all viable contenders. However, only one drink had given power back to the people: the Molotov Cocktail.
Used in almost every country, from the US to Iraq, the Molotov Cocktail is a dainty little firebomb of a drink. Elegant, yet containing a full body aftertaste, the Molotov Cocktail is always on fire.
The true strength of the Molotov Cocktail is its ability to instantly turn a small get together into a full-on riot. So whether you’re just trying to get free tickets to a Taylor Swift concert or overthrow any government, the Molotov Cocktail is your go-to drink.
With a base of vodka, brandy, or gasoline, the base of the Molotov Cocktail speaks more to the culture in which it is being created.
It’s the diversity of the drink that truly defines it, not some stodgy recipe. For example, in Syria, petrol laced with foam is the common mix. While in the US, it’s straight-up mountain-brewed Kentucky Gas.
A talented mixologist can name the conflict with just one sniff of a properly made cocktail.
Loved by Conflicts the World Over
In Syria, the Molotov Cocktail is used to fight against state police, while in Afghanistan it’s used to fight against different state police. In the US, the Molotov Cocktail is used to fight against state police scalping rocking eve Taylor Swift tickets.
So no matter which regime of state police you are fighting, the Molotov Cocktail is the right one for you.
Who knows what the future brings, but one thing is sure: Somewhere out there, a new oppressive government will rise that makes it illegal to breath and the Molotov Cocktail will be there to celebrate.