B52 On Fire Shot Recipe

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B52 On Fire Shot Recipe

One of the most popular shots is the B-52. There are three layers in this drink, and the layers almost naturally want to float on top of each other. The drink is a good way to practice layering skills. A B52 shot set on fire is one of the best ways to try an exotic drink and it does not alter or change the taste of a shooter. Even so, the unique way of serving is still popular at parties despite its unaffected taste.

Tips

  • Gran Gala is a closer substitute for Grand Marnier as it also has a brandy base, but Cintreau is a popular substitute for Grand Marnier.
  • It is also possible to light the B-52 by itself without the rum, as long as your Grand Marnier is at room temperature.

Shot Strength

The strength of B52 On Fire Shot Recipe is 4 out of 10.

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Shot Nutrition

The estimated calories of B52 On Fire Shot Recipe is 151 per serving.

Preparation Time

The time it takes to create B52 On Fire Shot Recipe is 3 minutes.

Required Bar Tools

  • bar spoon

Required Glass

  • shot glass

Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • 1/2 oz ​Kahlúa coffee liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Grand Marnier orange liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Baileys Irish cream liqueur
  • 3 drops dark rum

Steps to Make B52 On Fire Shot Recipe

  • Pour the ​Kahlúa coffee liqueur into a shot glass.
  • Slowly pour the Irish cream liqueur using the back of a bar spoon on top of the coffee liqueur. Let it float.
  • Float the Grand Marnier orange liqueur on top of the cream liqueur using the bar spoon.
  • Add 3 drops of rum on top and ignite the shot with a lighter.
  • Serve and enjoy.

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