The Cement Mixer Shot Recipe

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The Cement Mixer Shot Recipe

Cement mixer shots are among the most popular shots in the world as well as among the most disgusting, according to some folks. In the world of bars, it is a mystery as to why it has endured so long. People might drink it mostly for the reaction they get from drinking it, as well as for the laugh they get when they watch their friends drink it. Drinking the drink itself looks like a poor choice, but it tastes fine — citrus and cream go well together. It is the texture that is causing problems Apparently, it is called a cement mixer because drinking it is supposed to be similar to In the event that you gag at the feel of some foods, this shot may not be appropriate This is a hard drink to get down, and there are a lot of better drinks you can go for

What’s Makes the Cement Mixer So Thick?

It is interesting to notice the chemical reactions that occur during the cement mixer process. When the shot sits, the fat of the Irish cream and the acid of the lime juice slowly combine. Within seconds, a thick, lumpy slurry forms that will get thicker over time, especially if it is You can stir it with a straw and watch the magic happen if you need a visual. Similar to cottage cheese or (better still) raw cement, the texture is best compared to a soft texture. It is important to drink cement mixers at the right time It isn’t a good idea to wait too long otherwise the mixture In addition, the more lime juice you use, the chunkier the final product will be.

Tips

It might not be the best time for you to drink a cement mixer if you already have a weak stomach or have been drinking too much. It is a good idea to keep a glass of water nearby, just in case you wait a little too long and the mixture becomes too cement-like. After a good rinse, you should be able to finish. You can squeeze half the lime juice into your shot glass if you have fresh lime on hand. Rose’s Lime Cordial or bottled lime juice can be used in this drink if you have them in your refrigerator.

Cocktail strength (from 1 to 10 scale)

The strength of The Cement Mixer Shot Recipe is 6 out of 10.

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Nutrition (calories per serving)

The estimated calories of The Cement Mixer Shot Recipe is 162 per serving.

Preparation time (minutes)

The time it takes to create The Cement Mixer Shot Recipe is 3 minutes.

Tools needed

  • Mixer

Glass

  • Shot Glass

Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • 1 1/2 oz. of Irish cream liqueur
  • 1/2 oz. of lime juice

Steps to Make It

  • The ingredients should be gathered.
  • Add lime juice either slowly to the surface, or just pour it on top.
  • Take the shot and hold it in your mouth when you are ready to drink.
  • You may want to shake your head quickly before swallowing.
  • Just like a cement mixer, your mouth has transformed into one!

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