Harvey Wallbanger

  • Base Spirit Vodka
  • Preparation Shaken
  • Flavor Fruity
  • Served On the Rocks

The Harvey Wallbanger was the epitome of the Fern Bar Era, brightly colored, easy to make, and easier to drink. Cocktails of this sort gained a stigma of shame and all but disappeared during the first few waves of the Cocktail Renaissance, but have regained acceptance in recent years.

The recipe here was created by Houston’s Bobby Heugel for the #HURRICANEHARVEYWALLBANGERS fundraising campaign for flood relief.

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Harvey Wallbanger
  1. Shake the vodka, OJ, lemon, and simple with ice.
  2. Double strain into a highball glass. Add ice.
  3. Float the Galliano on top.
  4. Heugel adds, "Garnish with an orange slice. No fucking straw - messes with the float."

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