Wisconsin Lunchbucket

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Wisconsin Lunchbucket1for Drinking Age Adultsauthentic Wisconsin Lunchbucket cocktail recipePT5M

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Very Strong ABV ( above 30% ), Potent and intense.
*Note that dilution and other factors like type and temperature of ice are not considered in this upfront calculation.

Soft pretzels with spicy mustard

Boozy, bitter


  • Everclear Alcohol 2.25 cl
  • Tonic Water fill -


Shot glass


Wisconsin Lunchbucket
eWisconsin Lunchbucket is a popular Rum cocktail containing a combinations of Everclear Alcohol, Tonic Water .Served using Shot glass
The Wisconsin Lunchbucket cocktail is a potent and bold libation that`s not for the faint of heart. This high-octane concoction combines Everclear alcohol with tonic water, creating a powerful and invigorating drink that`s sure to wake up your taste buds. To prepare this intense potion, pour a half shot of Everclear into a shot glass, and then fill it to the brim with tonic water. It`s a no-nonsense cocktail that packs a punch and is perfect for those who enjoy a strong and spirited drink. Whether you`re looking to kick off a lively evening or simply want a bold and bracing sip, the Wisconsin Lunchbucket is a formidable choice that`s sure to leave you feeling energized and ready for whatever comes your way.


EWisconsin Lunchbucket ingredients


Everclear Alcohol, Tonic Water,


EWisconsin Lunchbucket Recipe


Pour a half shot of Everclear into a shot glass Fill to the brim with Tonic Water

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  • Everclear Alcohol

    Everclear is an American grain spirit, rather a neat rectified spirit and since it's bottled at as high as 95% purity too, it's nothing but rectified spirit. Everclear is bottled at 60%, 75.5% and 90% ABV and despite it's ban in several US states, it's ridiculously high alcohol content and a hard to put out flame when lit, has made it an iconic spirit of notorious reputation.

    Some often ask if this is clear distilled grain spirit, then why is it not Vodka? It's not Vodka because Vodka never had this high alcohol content and Vodka is not this rectified, Vodka still retains some flavours of the ingredients but Everclear is almost medical grade pure alcohol.

    If you are in the following states of the USA, it will be illegal for you to drink Everclear.

    States that currently ban the sale of Everclear include California, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Iowa, Michigan, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Washington, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Minnesota - The Badger Herald

  • Tonic Water

    Tonic Water originated in India when quinine was recommended to British officials and soldiers as a prophylactic against Malaria, quinine was mixed with soda to make it palatable, and since the British soldiers already received a ration of Gin, Gin and Tonic was born when Tonic Water was mixed with Gin and some sugar to make the medicine enjoyable.
    Modern commercial tonic water produced for causal mixing in cocktails contains very little quinine and has citrus flavour additions and additional sugar or corn syrup for a better taste.

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