oLN Word search Number 14

09 February, 2007

Ever found yourself on a rainy day in February dreaming of Sex on the Beach or a refreshing slurp from a barmans' Fuzzy Navel? Or perhaps a Slow Comfortable Screw is more to your taste? Whatever your preference

in cocktails, here

are a few m

ore to tantali se your taste buds. Just find them hidden in the grid

and the remaining letters will reveal another cocktail to try.

M A L I B U E S I R N U S M I

S M F M U R T R H T U T U T M

A C O T Z O I L A A H R A B P

N Y R N E A B I N G N L T P E

G B U E T R R M I I I D E E R

R O L E W E E L A A G E Y K I

I L A U G D C I N R D E R S A

A T Z N E I R R G S T A U O L

M A I A F A C I I H H I M U F

D T G F E A Y E V S T R N R I

S L A B P U N C H E T E U I Z

E R M I D N I G H T R O C O Z

T G N I L S E R O P A G N I S

Sangria

Traffic lights

Malibu

Sunrise

Za za

Rum sour

Rum punch

Shandy

Shark bite

Screwdriver

Singapore sling

Rum martini

Mai tai

Midnight oil

Monte cristo

After eight

Deep blue

Eagle eye

Gin sour

Imperial fizz

Ice bolt

Ice bear

Italian stinger




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