Next in our wicked series is Superbia, aka Pride, the sin of being too self absorbed. It is the sin from which all other sins arise. A little bit of self admiration is a good thing, but a little goes a long way. Too much, and as they say, “Pride goeth before a fall”. Check your ego while sipping this smokin’ libation created by Premier Beverage’s master Mixologist Nick Nistico. He’s very proud of it!
Tonight’s tune is Carly Simon’s infamous You’re So Vain: “You had one eye on the mirror as you watched yourself gavotte” (a French dance where the dancer prances around). “And all the girls dreamed that they’d be your partner! They’d be your partner, and… You’re so vain, you probably think this song is about you. You’re so vain, I’ll bet you think this song is about you Don’t you? Don’t You?”
Remember to check back nightly after dark for each spellbinding recipe in this series.
Renée Korbel Quinn | Mixology & Lifestyle Editor
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*The Seven Deadly Sins
Avaritia: Greed – Wanting too much of something – Boiled in oil
Gula: Gluttony – Taking too much of something in – Forced to eat rats, snakes, spiders, toads
Fornicatio: Lust – The need to fulfill unspiritual desires – Roasted by fire and brimstone
Invidia: Envy – Jealousy; wanting to have what someone has – Encased in freezing water
Acedia: Sloth – Being too slow or lazy at doing something – Thrown into snake pits
Ira: Wrath – Vindictive anger; revenge – Torn apart, limb from limb
Superbia: Pride – Being too self absorbed – Broken on the wheel