The Story Behind The Fuzzy Navel
Originally crafted by New Jersey bartender Ray Foley, author of “Bartending for Dummies,” the Fuzzy Navel surged in popularity in the 1980s, when super-sweet and fruity drinks were all the rage. The drink is made using just two ingredients: peach schnapps and orange juice. Hence, fuzzy refers to the skin of a peach, while navel refers to the type of orange.
While it might be a bit saccharine for some, a well-made Fuzzy Navel can be the sweet treat you didn’t know you needed. So if you’re looking for a low-alcohol alternative to the Screwdriver, meet our fuzzy friend.