Recipe by Jennifer K
"Tastes like a chocolate milkshake! This is a great beverage for St. Patrick's Day parties."
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3/4 fluid ounce
3/4 fluid ounce
Irish cream liqueur
6 fluid ounces
Irish stout beer
These things are great. If you pour the shot carefully you can layer the Irish cream onto the whiskey. For full flavor use Jameson Irish whiskey, Bailey's Irish cream, and Guiness.
That is just way too much to drink all at once. Whatever you do, don't let it sit around for any length of time. Just drink it.
It tastes like chocolate milk with a bit of a kick. It's a great way to start a night of drinking.
MY FAVORITE DRINK.... CAN'T LEAVE THE BAR WITHOUT ONE OR TWO OR THREE... :-)
This is my favorite drink of all time!!! I can drink like a fish when I have these...not recommended though! LOL. I definately use Jameson, Bailey's, and Guiness...and it does not curdle if you drink it fast enough! So chug away! That is the point! I love love love these!
If you don't like to chug your booze then stay away. I absolutely LOVED this drink! It's festive and with plenty of people drinking along it's a scream. I like to fill the shot glass with the Baileys and leave a touch of room for the whiskey-which does curdle by the way.
My friends and I love these. I don't like Guinness alone, but this way it tastes like chocolate milk. You have to drink it all at once, though. And careful...they sneak up on you!
This is one of my all-time favorite shots, I've been drinking these for years. The ingredients are true and this ratio is pretty good - cheers!
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