The Sandbar Sleeper recipe makes 4-5 shots of creamy delicious goodness. You’ve got notes of coffee, hazelnut and caramel, so what’s not to love? This is a terrific party drink because you can whip up a pitcher and just pour and top off as needed. Just remember to keep it in the fridge so the
For a quick drink you can pour easily, you can't beat shots. Some are meant to be chugged, but many are delicious enough to sip them like a standard cocktail.
The Apple Cobbler cocktail tastes just like it sounds – apple, cinnamon and something creamy with hints of caramel. It really does taste a lot like apple pie. This drink obviously makes a great dessert substitute. It’s also wonderful served with milk, almost with one drink as a chaser for the other. Because a glass
The Smartie cocktail gets its name from Smarties candies, which it supposedly tastes like. I’m not sure I agree with that, but I can tell you what it tastes like. This drink has a very sweet, mellow fruity flavor. You can taste the grape and melon individually if you really try, but it’s more enjoyable
You will not be surprised to hear that the Princess cocktail is just a bit on the frou-frou side. The overall flavor can best be described as “creamy apricot.” We’re practically in a Disney movie here! The main ingredient is a full shot of apricot brandy, which people tend to either love or hate. The
The Foreplay Cocktail is a very simple shooter cocktail featuring the flavors of almond and pineapple. It’s a sweet, rich, intoxicating combination. This is a very weak shot, since the only alcohol in it is a half ounce of liqueur. But sometimes a weak drink is just what you want – something you can toss
John’s Bomb is a very interesting drink, partly because of the garnish. It gets an orange slice dipped in cinnamon, which is delicious to eat with it. This cocktail features a small amount of Benedictine with a standard amount of tequila. Benedictine is an incredibly sweet herbal liqueur with notes of everything from flowers to
The Vulcan Mind-Probe uses an ingredient that’s uncommon in cocktails: ouzo. That’s an anise-flavored liqueur associated with Greece. It tastes a little like absinthe. This recipe blends it with 151 Proof Rum and no mixers, so it’s rather powerful. This drink actually makes a great aperitif, stimulating your appetite and making your meal seem a