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The strength of Truffle Shots Recipe is 6 out of 10.
The estimated calories of Truffle Shots Recipe is 248 per serving.
The time it takes to create Truffle Shots Recipe is 5 minutes.
Required Bar Tools
- Shot Glass
Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)
- 1/2 oz. of Chambord® raspberry liqueur
- 1/4 oz. of dark creme de cacao
- 1/4 oz. of Bailey's® Irish cream
- 1/4 oz. of Kahlua® coffee liqueur
Steps to Make Truffle Shots Recipe
- Over Chambord, layer Bailey's and Dark Cream de Cacao in a shot glass, followed by Kahlua.
- You should start from the bottom.
- Adding ice to the serving glass, mix Irish cream, hazelnut liqueur, and raspberry liqueur together in a small serving glass.
- Put the contents of a shot glass into a shaker and strain through a fine mesh sieve.