Snoop Dogg Brings The Culture To The Guinness Book Of World Records With Massive Cup Of Gin N’ Juice
Snoop and his team received a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records.
It’ll take more than a sip to down Snoop Dogg’s new record-breaking glass of gin and juice.
Snoop Dogg earned himself an entry into the Guinness Book Of World Records recently for mixing the largest paradise cocktail ever recorded, reports Mercury News.
Snoop was joined by fellow rapper Warren G and Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio to mix the cocktail on the Williams Sonoma Culinary Stage at the Bottlerock Napa Valley Festival in California last Saturday. The drink is named after the hit single from Snoop’s debut album, Doggystyle.
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The drink consisted of about 145 gallons of liquid, including 180 bottles of Hendricks gin with juice donated from Whole Foods Market. The glass was 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. After successfully mixing the drink, a Guinness official presented them with a certificate to commemorate the record.
This is just one of Snoop’s many forays into the culinary world. He co-hosts Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, with Martha Stewart and says he’s picked up some skills from the homemaking guru.
"She taught me how to be a real Iron Chef in the kitchen," Snoop said on The View. "She's very particular with how you set up the [food on the] plate, like, I'll usually just rush through it, but she's teaching me how to be more calculated, like a real professional. I'm in the process."
In return, the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper shares his hood knowledge with Stewart.
"I taught her how to make bacon!" he said. "I taught her how make baloney sandwiches ... There's a few things I'm trying to get her hip to the hood; she's showing me about the finer things in life, Grey Poupon and stuff!"
Snoop acknowledges his friendship with Stewart might seem odd, but he believes their bond could be a lesson to other people.
"Our relationship is so special. People would have never thought that we could have a relationship or have a friendship, but that's what's wrong with people: stop judging the book by its cover. A lot of people need to understand and learn."