ic drink produced and bottled by the Original Bartenders Cocktails
Company of Philadelphia. It is made with dairy cream
, imported Canton ginger liqueur
, and other natural flavors
. Commonly sold in 1.75-liter plastic bottles, it is 25 proof
, or 12.5% alcohol. It should be kept refrigerate
d after opening, and the label says it should be enjoyed blended with ice
or on the rocks
. I have found it is also quite good when served warm, and makes a nice addition to a mug of hot chocolate
This is also apparently the name of a cocktail quite unrelated to the OBC version. The cocktail is mostly orange juice, with 2.5 ounces of triple sec and a splash of grenadine. This should be served on the rocks - with the grenadine added last - and garnished with cherries.
Still another version calls for one part Chambord - a raspberry liqueur - and one part Bailey's Irish Cream.
the label of the chocolate/ginger version
http://www.barnonedrinks.com/recipes/cocktails/h/hotsex.html for the triple sec version
http://www.barmeister.com/cgi-bin/drink.view.pl?drink=2508 for the Chambord version