Swizzle was an inexpensive wine similar to Ripple. Both appeared on the market at about the same time, in about 1968 or 1969. Like Ripple, Swizzle was sweet and fruit flavored and came in 12 oz. bottles.

Their popularity came from the effect wine has on women. (If you plan on getting layed - what other reason is there?, you have to be careful that they don't get sick and pass out.)

About a year later, Boone's Farm and Annie Green Springs appeared on the market in one liter bottles along with a less well known wine drink called Ariba, which was 20% alcohol.

The latter had a reputation as a "sneaky Pete" because you could slip them to a date who could normally guzzle the 11% beverages all night while keeping her mouth running and her knees together.
With a six pack of Swizzle (or Ariba) you could get her home from the drive-in movies by one and just dump her and her clothes out on her front lawn and go home and get a good night's sleep. (Some ppl hafta work!)
by Jubilation T. Corndog April 27, 2007
v. the act of propelling a caster board forward, or of moving your body in such a manner as to propel a caster board forward.
n. the motion required to propel a caster board forward.
"Dude, you need to swizzle more, or you're not going to get enough speed."
"You're swizzle needs some work, but it's not bad for a beginner."
by The Choracle October 21, 2007
low grade marijuana. synonymous with shwag.
i know your broke ass is smokin on some swizzle.
by slickmanbrian February 28, 2006
An adjective used to describe objects you like. Interchangeable with swiz.
Dude that new cd is swizzle
by Carter SN October 01, 2005
The act of stirring a drink wit your cock
Keep an eye on Richie when he mixes you a scotch and coke as he is likely to swizzle it.
by Lane Meyer June 11, 2005

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