Recipe by Chris
"A nice sweet alcoholic shot for parties or get togethers"
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3/4 fluid ounce
3/4 fluid ounce
Irish cream liqueur
This is even better if you float just a little of the Irish cream on top.
This is a very sweet shot. Almost to sweet for me.
This is so good. Very easy going down.
Now this is the way I'm familiar with! These went well with guys and gals. Although I don't care for it, I have served these in shot glasses with a small swirl of whip cream (out of a can) for a little touch. A great way to start out the night!!
the point of the name is to put grenadine at the end and it sinks to the bottom of the shot glass and looks like a boob with a nipple at the bottom becuz of the shape of the inside of the glass. but these are awesome i like them alot!
Very good and easy to drink. We didn't really like that it was at room temperature though. Next time we will use 1 and 1/2 ounces of each liqueur shaken in a cocktail shaker with ice and served in a martini glass.
Chill the bottle of butterscotch schnapps & Baileys first then pour equal amounts into your rocks-size glass. After 2 it will sneak up on you!
This Is Awsome. The two really come together and I tried it chilled and it was even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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