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The Flaming Moe debuted on "The Simpsons" in 1991 and it has been a drink that many people have since tried to recreate. There really is no "real" recipe for it, but there are a few common mixes and this recipe is one of the better tasting options.
The "Flaming Moe's" episode (Season 3, Episode 10, 1991) is one of the most popular and talked about in the long life of the TV show. In the episode, Homer created the drink and called it the Flaming Homer. Moe stole the recipe, renamed it the Flaming Moe, and it became a hit in his bar. The drink has been a weird phenomenon ever since. If you're going to try it, it should go without saying that high-proof rum is preferred over the cartoon's cough syrup!
Steps to Make It
- Gather the ingredients.
- Pour all ingredients except the rum in a highball glass.
- Float the rum on the top.
- Ignite with a match and extinguish before drinking.
- Serve and enjoy!
, green creme de menthe
(assumed to be peppermint), two unknown miniature bottles
(one simply says "In-Flight"), an unlabeled purple bottle, and Krusty's Non-Narkotik Kough Syrup for Kids
In true Homer Simpson fashion, you really should be making this drink out of the droppings left in your liquor cabinet
You can order a Flaming Moe at Moe's Tavern inside the Universal Studios Florida theme park. However, you will actually get an orange soda-like drink served over dry ice for a smoky, bubbling effect. Fun, but no booze...sorry, it's kid-friendly!