Red Snapper

Red Snapper

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"I created this with some co-workers when I used to tend bar. It's quite refreshing."
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Most helpful positive review

Just discovered this (at a bar) via my ex-husband. Holy moley, that is one TASTY cocktail! I've always seen it served as a shot. Don't be askeert of the amaretto if you don't like it (I don't)...

Most helpful critical review

As a bartender myself this drink is much better with equal parts of crown, amaretto, and cranberry juice.

Just discovered this (at a bar) via my ex-husband. Holy moley, that is one TASTY cocktail! I've always seen it served as a shot. Don't be askeert of the amaretto if you don't like it (I don't)...

I totally had my doubts about this drink, I'll admit. But, it works. The amaretto mellows out the Crown, which both combine well with the cranberry. And it's really smooth. I'd make this again. ...

Felt like eating some "red snapper" after a few of these! Thank you!

Good! My husband loved it!

Wow, these were very good. I used light cranberry juice to make them and by the end of the night we ran out of alcohol to make them they were that good!

Order this at a bar and pay about $6 here in ATL and the size is about a forth of this recipe. Most bars use Crown although I made it at home with a good quality Canadian blend and it is awesome...

LOVED this!! Had a touch of Crown leftover, so decided to give this a shot. Went based off of memory as to the amounts of what to use - mine was a touch stronger than intended (used all equal pa...

This is delicious. Next time I will add a little more whiskey, I thought the amaretto was the most dominating flavor.

As a bartender myself this drink is much better with equal parts of crown, amaretto, and cranberry juice.