Now available in Android, Google Play, iTunes Podcasts, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and at www.radiofreesatan.com: Satanic Story Time Episode 33 – “Vineyard”, Chapter 1 of The Thirteen Knights of Death, written by M.R. Stover, with special guest, M.R. Stover.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: M.R. Stover has carefully selected the following tracks for The Devil’s Tuning Fork: “An Ominous Awakening” from Gyps Fulvus’ brand new album, The Lich, “Sanctus Diavolos” from Rotting Christ, and “Enter the Hall of Ice” from Aghast.
The Devil’s Workshop: M.R. Stover has bestowed his story, “Vineyard”, Chapter 1 of The Thirteen Knights of Death, for its audio adaptation for Satanic Story Time. This audio adaptation takes on some new characteristics that were previously unused for Satanic Story Time’s short story segments. Among the new technological differences, listeners will enjoy a clearer narrative. You will also hear the newly created soundscapes embedded with the sound effects for a more surreal listening experience.
Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound: M.R. Stover and I divulge the details of the spawning of this brand new segment which involves fine wines, whiskeys, beers, and yes, cocktails too. Moreover, you get a brief history on the creation and inspiration of Mountain Dew. In addition, you get the recipe for the cocktail known as “Satan’s Whiskers” which always contains gin, but depending on the variation, straight or curled, can include either Grand Marnier or Curacao. I have included this recipe in the show notes for your convenience. Just to get you into the mood for some whiskey, I have shared The Stanley Brothers’ 1961 hit, simply entitled, “Mountain Dew”. Cheers!
Notes: As promised, here is the recipe for “Satan’s Whiskers” Cocktail:
*There are two versions of this classic cocktail, one calling for Grand Marnier, the other using orange Curacao. This recipe is considered the “straight” version. The other is “curled.”
½ oz gin
½ oz Grand Marnier
½ oz sweet vermouth
½ oz dry vermouth
½ oz orange juice
Dash orange bitters
Tools: shaker, strainer
*Shake ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled glass.
- Citizen Aaron Mantle