Alcohol Pairings While You Watch Impeachment #2 of #45

If you’re wondering the best way to enjoy the impeachment proceedings… Look no further than this handy pairings guide.

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1. Use of the Word ‘Supremacy’

Generally, you start your night with a delicate glass of white. This is no exception. White Russian that is. It’s a nod to both the first impeachment of DJT, and the white supremacists who stormed the Capitol on January 6th. Win/win.

2. Use of the Word ‘Insurrection’

If the mood is getting darker, so should your drink. Coined in the UK, like all good variants, the drink is called Insurrection and will be your constant companion.

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3. Use of the Word ‘Riot’

Once the conversation turns to the storming of the Capitol, and the rantings of the former Putin Pal, my suggestion is a Moscow Mule. It’s like a Molotov cocktail, but with more bang, and less burning aftertaste.

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4. Use of the Word ‘Trump’

Enjoy this satisfying Fruit Punch with a sweet taste of victory. The bitter aftertaste is easily washed down by the Impeaches and Cream to finish (see below). As Trump is not a drinker, it’s only fair to include him in his own game. So enjoy this punch every time they utter the word, Trump.

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5. Use of the Word ‘Impeach’

Impeachment feels like a decadent dollop of cream on the top of a shit pile so I couldn’t think of anything more apropos than the Impeaches and Cream.

6. If Rudy Starts Melting

Enjoy any of these cocktails if Rudy melts. That will cool his body temperature faster than a Jewish space laser can heat him back up. Don’t worry, Rudy. Your concrete cell will cool you down.

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