true it is a cinammon schnapps with 83% alchol by volume... true it contains true 18K gold flakes... have you ever heard of the off-brand "gold strike"... it is 100-proof with all of the genuine gold flakes, but the slight disadvantage to you conscience of being priced much less than goldschlager...most state stores have it in stock (at least in the south)... u just have to ask for them to get out of the back room
as much as i like goldschlager, i think we can step up the party with that 100 proof discount version (gold strike)...yeah... take me home now
Goldschlager is a special, sweet, but not too sweet, cinnamon-tasting liquor, for those with the need for a big zing who want to celebrate the day, can drink in moderation, and do not mind some after effects.
I have been looking for a zing at end of the bottle of red wine for years. Sorry, Albany, NY, wine shop guy... I finally found the zing. It was in the Goldschlager all along.
(n)- Cinnamon schnapps liqueur (40%) with gold flakes. Rapid consumption results in inebriation and eventual disorientation which eventually leads to unconsciousness. Upon consciousness, causes one to realize they are in someone else's bed in A/B with their pants 1/2 off. At this point, friends help one up and one proceeds with puking. Then there is more disorientation, eventually leading to another state of unconsciousness. Later the next morning, it is realized that stolen furniture polish was thrown out one's window.
Cinnamon schnapps, sometimes called Big Red because of the taste. It usually comes in long necked, large bowled bottom bottles with real gold flakes floating inside. The flakes are rumored to create tiny cuts in your throat and stomach, with the idea being that the alcohol enters the bloodstream faster and gets you drunk quick.
Z-tron and J got sliced on that little bottle of Goldschlager last night.