There’s nothing like a polar bear party shooter for an awesome party. With its sweet mint chocolate mix, similar to the peppermint patty, this shot makes a great winter party shot. The polar bear is simply created from two ingredients, and chocolate and mint liqueurs can be combined in a number of ways. Most commonly, white crème de cacao is combined with Pour another favorite in either flavor if you have one. The option to add vodka for a bit more kick is also available.
It does not change the flavor of vodka to add clarity. It gives the same mint chocolate taste, but it is slightly more powerful. When you add vodka, make sure you retain the same proportion of each liquor Pour one shot of each 1/3 ounce at a time.
It is only fitting that your shot glasses are ice cold, as the arctic theme suggests. After rinsing the glasses with cold water, place the glasses in the coldest part of the freezer before mixing them up for around. You will have frosty drinks less than 10 minutes after you put them out. You can choose which liqueurs to use to alter the color and strength of the shot. A pure white crème de cacao, it is clear – not creamy – and it has a subtle taste of cocoa. In color, crème de cacao is similar to dark rum, but the taste is more similar to, In fact, crème de menthe’s flavor can be overpowered by the strong flavor of chocolate liqueurs like Godiva. Peppermint schnapps may have a higher alcohol content than crème de menthe, which might be why they taste more intensely minty. A few brands, such as Rumple Minze, top out at 100 proof, plus others at An empty shot can be made clear by using white crème de menthe. Choose a green crème de menthe if you want a drink with a green tint. Regardless of what schnapps you use, the polar bear will probably taste a little sweeter than one made with vodka.