Great Job, Internet!: How to make a Flaming Moe and other cocktails from The Simpsons

On The Simpsons, Homer Simpson accidentally creates the Flaming Moe by emptying out his liquor cabinet and adding a vital dose of grape children’s cough syrup. The resulting popular flaming drink made Moe’s a brief hotspot.

Now Cocktail Chemistry offers a video tutorial called “Cocktails From The Simpsons,” showing how to make some of The Simpsons‘ favorite drinks. By freeze-framing the scene where Homer makes the Flaming Moe, our bartender is able to make out the unsavory combination of tequila, peppermint schnapps, creme de menthe, and grape children’s cough syrup. He then makes it on his own, calling it the Flaming Homer, and announces, “In conclusion, there’s no reason to make the Flaming Homer.” It doesn’t even light on fire. He then tweaks the recipe by adding a creme de violette for the purple aspect, along with gin, cointreau, and lime juice. To light the …

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