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The Jalisco Holiday Shooter

The Jalisco Holiday Shooter

The Jalisco Holiday Shooter.

Not that we don't love combining all of our shots with Thanksgiving entrées, but sometimes you just need a shot of pure tequila goodness. New York mixologist Leo Robitschek shares his tequila shot to get us even more in the spirit of the holidays; this infused batch of Jalisco will put everyone at the dinner table in a good mood.

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle (750 ml) Tequila Don Julio 70 Añejo Claro
  • 3 whole star anise pieces
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 cloves

Servings16

Calories Per Serving100

Folate equivalent (total)0.3µg0.1%


The Jalisco Holiday Shooter - Recipes

Ordering shots at the bar can really add up and be quite a shock when its time to close the tab. Another option is to invite all your friends over and make your favorite shots at home. The bar scene can be fun until that guy pukes on your shoes or the guys next to you start a fight pushing your girlfriend to the ground. Sometimes hanging out at home is more fun and you can make all your favorite shots from the bar.

This infographic has recipes for 30 of the most popular shots. Whether your celebrating a bachelor party with a “buttery nipple” or St. Patrick’s Day with a “shamrocked” shot, these recipes have got you covered. I know that when I have people over we always try to remember what is in our favorite shots and try to make then. Now we can, thanks to this convenient infographic.

Each shot is shown with an image and the title as well as what is included in each shot. Save this infographic because I am sure you are going to be using at your next party or maybe even a family gathering. Remember to know your limit.

My favorite is a Woo Woo and then the Kamikaze. What’s yours? This drinking infographic was created by Don Bullach.


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Ingredients

Instructions

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Layer in this order: grenadine, creme de menthe, banana liqueur, white rum. Ignite rum before serving. Server with a straw.

Mix into a shot glass, and splash the bacardi on the very top. Be careful not to mix it into the rest of the drink. Then carefully light the rum on fire with a match. Blow out the flame and drink it fast before the rim gets too hot.

Layer with 151 proof rum on top. Light on fire - burn for 5 seconds - blow it out and drink.

Chill the shot glass until a frost has developed on it. All ingredients should be chilled. Add the aftershock and several small crystals, then add the vodka, and finally the cranberry juice.

1. Fill a shot glass about 3/4 full with amaretto and top it off with enough 151 proof rum to be able to burn.

2. Place the shot glass in another glass and fill the outer glass with beer (right up to the level of the shot glass).

3. Ignite the amaretto/151 and let it burn for a while. Blow it out (or leave it burning if you're brave - not recommended) and slam it. Tastes just like Dr. Pepper.

Fill the shot glass about 3/4 full with amaretto and top it off with enough 151 proof rum to make it burn. Put the shot glass in another glass and fill the new glass with beer (right up to the level of the shot glass).

Light the amaretto/151 and let it burn a while. Blow it out (or leave it burning if you're brave) and slam it. Tastes just like Dr. Pepper.

Mix together. Light on fire. Let the flames warm the concoction for about 20 secs. Blow out fire (optional). Swallow quickly (take care).

Light on fire for five seconds, blow out and suck through a straw.

Pour kahlua first into a double shot glass. Add one ounce of butterscotch schnapps. Float 151 proof rum on top and set on fire. Blow out before drinking.

Pour into shot glass, layering ingredients, from top to bottom. Light on fire and extinguish after 15 seconds.

Add the kahlua and then add bacardi 151 rum to the shot glass. Place a small sipping straw in the mixture and then light on fire. The straw is so you do not burn your eyebrows off. Once lit suck the shot through the straw till empty. Tastes like chocolate milk.

I have made this drink quite often at parties and it goes over very well with everyone. Try it a few times it does take a little practice to get it right.

Add one shot of southern comfort and a splash of dr. pepper in a shot glass. Serve.

Pour vodka, lime juice, and grenadine into shot glass. Then layer 151 proof rum on top from the back of a spoon. Light the 151 and shoot it while lit if you dare. If you are worried about shooting a lit drink, just blow out the flame and then shoot the drink.

Pour absolut citron into a shot glass and top off with a splash of galliano. Place one half lemon slice flat on the rim of the shot glass, put some sugar on the slice and soak the sugar with 151 proof rum.
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Just before drinking, ignite the sugar. Blow the flame out when it seems to caramelize the sugar. Lick the sugar off the lemon slice, down the vodka mixture, then either suck the juices or bite the pulp of the lemon.

1. Place a short rocks (wide mouthed spirit) glass on the bar.

2. Pour the blue curacao, white sambuca and chartreuse into a brandy balloon (snifter). Place the brandy balloon horizontally, balancing on the mouth of the short rock.

3. Ignite the alcohol in the brandy balloon, and rotate (like a cement mixer). Pour mixture into the short rock while alight.

The stream of alcohol falling between the glasses should form a waterfall of fire cascading into the short rock.

4. Use the upside down brandy balloon to suffocate the drink in the short rock.

5. Be sure the flames are out. Remove the brandy balloon and inhale the fumes. Shoot the drink, and hold on to the bar.

Make sure the hot damn and the jagermeister are both cold before serving.

Take a tall shot glass, a straw and a lighter. When the drink is poured make sure your 151 is on top. Take your straw and lick it so it is wet. Light the drink (run the lighter over top), put your straw in and drink it fast.

Pour vodka in shot glass, carefully layer rum on top. Ignite rum and serve.

1. Pour amaretto, kahlua, and root beer schnapps into a shot glass. Float rum on top.

2. Fill a beer mug (with something like bud or coors) half way. Light shot on fire, drop into a beer mug and slam as fast as you can.


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