Kinky Cocktail Hour: Season 1 Episode 154 đŸ„‚Apple Old FashionedđŸ„‚

In this episode, Lady Petra and Saffer Master review the movie “9-1/2 Weeks” over an Apple Old Fashioned.

“9-1⁄2 Weeks” is a 1986 American erotic romantic drama film directed by Adrian Lyne with a screenplay by Sarah Kernochan, Zalman King and Patricia Louisianna Knop. The film is based on the 1978 memoir of the same name by Austrian-American author Ingeborg Day. It stars Kim Basinger as Elizabeth McGraw and Mickey Rourke as John Gray. McGraw is a New York City art gallery employee who has a brief yet intense affair with a mysterious Wall Street broker. The film was completed in 1984, but did not get released until February 1986.

Considered too explicit by its American distributor, the film was heavily edited for release in the United States, where it was a box office bomb, grossing $6.7 million on a $17 million budget. It also received mixed reviews at the time of its release. However, it became a huge success internationally in its unedited version, particularly in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, making $100 million worldwide. It has also acquired a large fanbase on video and DVD and has developed a cult following.

(Reference: “9-1/2 Weeks” (film) c/o Wikipedia)

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“9-1/2 Weeks” — Movie Review


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Apple Old Fashioned

INGREDIENTS

8 oz. Jim Beam Apple
4 Sugar Cubes
2 tsp. Water💩
20-30 dashes Fee Brothers 1864 West Indian Orange🍊 Bitters
2 Orange🍊 Zests
4 Luxardo The Original Maraschino Cherries🍒
2 Large Ice🧊 Cubes or Balls

PREPARATION

  • Add Sugar Cubes, Water💩 and Orange🍊 Zest to a Large Rocks Glass.
  • Muddle untile the sugar is dissolved.
  • Add Whiskey and stir gently for 10-seconds.
  • Add Ice🧊 Cube or Ball.
  • Garnish with the Orange🍊 Zest and Cherries🍒.

ORIGIN

2016 (Megan); Fox and Briar

REVIEWS

  • Saffer Master Review: 3 Friends with Benefits
    • Surprising cocktail and I am sure people would enjoy it.
  • Lady Petra Review: 3 Friends with Benefits
    • Interesting take on an old fashioned.

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