Recipe by mrmonkmonks
"I used to work as a bartender, and noticed that Christine was looking for a recipe for the B52 Bomber on the allrecipes.com recipe exchange. A subtle blend of coffee, orange, and Irish cream create a memorable and festive cordial."
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Kahlua or other coffee flavored liqueur
brandy-based orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier®)
Irish cream liqueur
This is an awesome drink shaken or layered. A friend of mine during my waitress days made a version we called a "Beam Me Up Scotty.' You substituted Wild Turkey 101 for Grand Marnier, chilled with ice, strained and drank it quick before th 101 curdles the Bailey's. Yummy. But practice moderation or you will "boldly go where no one has gone before."
Very yummy. Sure makes doing afternoon laundry and cleaning more fun!
Stir before drinking. I'm not sure if that's the official way you are supposed to drink them, but that's my preference.
Excellent shot to take the stress off of a long day at work!
Nice after dinner drink but it only makes an apertif-size serving.
One of my favorites! I like to double/triple the recipe pour into a double old fashion glass & stir! ; ) Great after dinner drink ...
Mix the three liqueurs in a coffee cup, pour in your favorite coffee and top with whipped cream, makes a great nudge. Jake
Yummo! Takes me back to the 80s when these were the rage! Just remember not to stir - these were made for shooting not sipping ;)
Muffins are great for breakfast, with coffee, or just as a snack on the go.
Soup is what the doctor ordered to cure those winter blahs.
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