What would YOU put in a Bottom Burner cocktail?

What kind of cocktail goes well with a spanking? Let’s have some fun. Tell me your recipe concoction for the cocktail served in the Rod and Cane Society domestic discipline erotic romance series, and you could win your choice of one my erotic romances published by Loose Id.

The Bottom Burner cocktail first appeared in the second Rod and Cane book, False Pretenses:

“What are you drinking?” Emma eyed Melania’s reddish cocktail.

“It’s the happy hour special.”

“What’s in it?”

“I don’t know. It tastes slightly sweet but has a kick, an afterburn.” She offered her glass. “You want to taste?”

Emma shook her head. “I’m not as adventurous as you. I’ll have my usual.” Emma plunked herself down into the hard wooden chair, crestfallen to not get even a residual twinge of sensation.

The pain had faded fast. Too fast. A waitress materialized with a cocktail napkin ready. “Care to try today’s special, the Bottom Burner?”

“No, thank you. I’ll have a glass of house white wine, please.”

After the waitress’s departure, her friend studied her with a wicked twinkle and a smirk.

“What?” Emma queried.

“You should have ordered a Bottom Burner to commemorate the occasion.” Melania grinned.

In book three, Body Politics, the Bottom Burner makes a reprise:

The waitress delivered their drinks. Mark drew on his beer as Stephanie hesitantly tasted her Bottom Burner. “What do you think?” he asked.

She tried it again. “A hint of sweetness. A little tartness…and, oh Gloria!” Her eyes widened, and she plunked the drink onto a napkin and fanned her face. “The waitress wasn’t kidding about the kick. What’s in this thing?”

“I don’t know.” He shook his head. “I’ve heard about it, but I’ve never tried it. Would you like bourbon instead?”

“Not yet.” She took another sip, then licked her lips, and his cock reacted. “It’s different, but it grows on you. Taste?” She held out her glass.

He placed his lips where hers had been. Liquid—part sweet, part tart, like she’d described—filled his mouth. Then came the after burn. He made a face. She giggled, the cutest sound he’d ever heard, and heat not caused by alcohol engulfed him.

So…what would YOU put in a Bottom Burner cocktail?

Contest Rules

  1. The Bottom Burner cocktail must: be“reddish” in color (ascertainable from the ingredients); taste sweet but have a spicy kick; contain at least 3 ingredients, one of which must be alcohol; and be non-toxic.
  2. You must include your email address so I can contact you if you win.
  3. You must state which book you’d like to win
  4. The contest ends Thursday, April 4, 2013. Winner will be announced Monday, April 8, 2013.
  5. The contest is strictly for fun — your recipe will NOT be published in the Rod and Cane series.

The books you may choose from are: Unexpected Consequences (Rod and Cane 1), False Pretenses (Rod and Cane 2), Body Politics (Rod and Cane 3), or Reckless in Moonlight (NOT Rod and Cane). All Rod and Cane novels are written as stand-alones — so you don’t have to read them in order. If you have read all four Loose Id books, you may opt for a $5 Loose Id gift certificate in lieu of a book. To see what each book is about, click on the image:


 

 

 

 

 

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9 Responses to What would YOU put in a Bottom Burner cocktail?

  1. Gray says:

    Rum+Red pepper paste+Coke/pepsi. I know Rum+ Cola is great sweet drink and the peppers will give the necessary kick.

  2. 2 parts Southern Comfort, 1/2 part Lemon Juice, a hint of Bitters, a splatter of Tabasco Sauce and a quarter teaspoon of powdered sugar. Mixed in a chilled shaker with ice and strained into a chilled glass and served with just one Ice Cube. It comes with a warning printed on the Bottom Burner Napkin that states, Guaranteed to pique your senses and more….

  3. Thianna D says:

    I’m a martini fan, myself, when I drink. This is how I see the bottom burner:

    1.5 oz lemon vodka
    2 oz sweet & sour
    1 tsp strawberry juice
    1/4 tsp sugar
    Dash of Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce (last ingredient)
    Crushed ice

    Shake heartily. Dip tip of Bottom Burner glass into sugar. Pour drink into glass. Garnish with sprig of rosemary.

    my email is mizbehavin.oneATgmailDOTcom
    I already have all your books. LOL

  4. I think white Rum, dark Rum, strawberries, sugar and ice blended together.

  5. Jade Cary says:

    Jalapeno-infused tequila (Milagro Silver is best), fresh lime, Agave nectar shaken until very cold, and then poured into a martini glass. Then add a little pomegranate liqueur, which settles to the ‘bottom’ of the martini glass.

    We drink this all the time at Chez Cary.

  6. Sue Lyndon says:

    I am no good at coming up with mixed drinks…but these ideas all sound yummy to me! 🙂

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