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The 1960's TV show The Man from U.N.C.L.E made the Napoleon Solo cocktail popular. The drink was named after the lead character played by Robert Vaughn and was featured in several episodes of the show. The recipe for the cocktail is simple and includes just a few ingredients: gin Lillet Blanc orange bitters and a twist of lemon peel.

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Feelin' Lucky

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.

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Sweet and Citrusy


  • Bacardi 151 Rum 1.5 cl
  • Bacardi Limon Rum 3 cl
  • Coca-Cola 1.5 cl


Any Glass of your Choice


Feelin' Lucky
feelin' lucky is a popular Rum cocktail containing a combinations of Bacardi 151 Rum,Bacardi Limon Rum,Coca-Cola .Served using Any Glass of your Choice
Feelin` Lucky challenges your nerve by combining two rums: usual suspect Bacardi gold plus a healthy dose of its overproof 151 cousin. With 8 times the alcohol by volume of a typical 35% spirit, 151 rum is essentially high-test neutral grain spirit bottled at 75.5% and requires cautious treatment to avoid combustion. By balancing the volatile overproof elixir with original Bacardi`s mellower, oak-aged flavor, this shooter becomes almost dare-I-say...enjoyable? Mix and serve as a chilled shot for fastest consumption. Knock it back quickly then grimace slightly as your throat and gut slowly register exactly what just scorched their linings...


Feelin' Lucky Ingredients


Bacardi 151 Rum,Bacardi Limon Rum,Coca-Cola,


Feelin' Lucky Recipe


Mix ingredients together in a shot glass, and serve.

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  • Bacardi 151 Rum

    Bacardi 151 is a discontinued brand of highly alcoholic Rum made by Bacardi Limited of Bermuda. It is has alcohol concentration level of 151 US Proof or has 75.5% alcohol by volume. Way higher than a regular 35% - 40% ABV of a standard Rum. Bacardi discontinued the 151 in 2016.

    Because of it's high alcohol concentration a 151 Proof Rum is highly inflammable and is thus used in making stunning flaming shots. Bacardi probably discontinued the Bacardi 151 after a few lawsuits, but there are other brands of 151 Proof or overproof Rum available in the market

  • Bacardi Limon Rum

    Bacardi Limon Rum is a Citrus Rum, Bacardi introduced it in 1995 and Bacardi Limon Original Citrus Rum is their first ever flavoured Rum. Bacardi Limon is a blend of Bacardi White Rum infused with a delectable combination of natural lemon, lime and grapefruit, the name Limon is the French for Lemon.

    People often confuse it with a flavoured Vodka, but it's pure Rum.

  • Coca Cola

    Cola in general is a carbonated soft drink flavoured with vanilla,cinnamon, nutmeg, citrus oils and other flavourings and has been popular ever since it's invention by Pharmacist John Pemberton in 1886.

    Cola gets it's name from the Kola Nut from which a Cola gets it's caffeine, the original recipe of Pemberton contained cocaine from coca leaves too, and was an non-alcoholic wine. Since it's invention the recipe has been closely guarded and yet replicated by many other brands of which, Pepsi Cola remain to be the major competition of Coca Cola invented and trade marked by Pemberton.

    Cola being sweet and having a refreshing flavour profile that includes vanilla on top to a citrus taste with complex flavours of nutmeg, cinnamon and other very oriental herbs, it in itself is a great mixer for so many spirits. Best of course is the neutral Vodka but who doesn't want a Rom and Coca Cola? and have not heard the Andrew Sister's Song Rum and Coca Cola

    Note: If you are one of those that are clinically dependent on Coca Cola or Cola in general and drink litres of Cola per day, the SodaStream Diet Cola will be a great alternative for you. It has less sugar and uses sucralose instead of aspartame used in Diet Cola. Each bottle makes 9 litres of Cola. Note that you need the Sodastream Sparkling Water Maker for this. But it's worth the money.

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