The Four Horsemen blends the flavors of peppermint and black licorice with tequila and rum. It’s a very strong drink – three ounces of straight alcohol with no mixers in sight. The drink starts out with a fairly strong note of black licorice, so if you don’t like that flavor you may want to give
The Just Shoot Me is one heck of a shooter. Despite featuring 6 types of hard liquor with no mixers in site, it’s surprisingly smooth and can actually sneak up on you. There’s no need to toss this one quickly down before you taste it, though. It’s composed of three decent quality whiskeys that taste
The Fiery German is a simple shot to pour, but the flavor is complex. It features the herbal notes of Jägermeister (often described as something like black licorice) and the spice of cinnamon. You don’t need to like Jägermeister straight up to like this drink, but I suspect you will need to like the flavor
The Eliminator is your basic one-ounce shot comprised of three different liquors – well, four, if you count the rum that burns off when you light it. Who doesn’t love a cocktail you can set on fire, right? Well, probably the many people who sued Bacardi until eventually Bacardi stopped selling its 151 product in
The Midnight Oil shot got its name from its appearance: it looks a little like oil. It’s basically three parts amaretto to one part Jägermeister. This shooter is better savored than chugged. The flavor in this one is nutty and sweet with notes of mint and black licorice in the background, coming from the Jägermeister.
The Grizzly Bear cocktail is surprisingly gentle. Doesn’t really have a bite at all. You may be wondering about the Jägermeister parked there in the middle of sweet rich liqueurs and milk, but herbal liqueurs are marrying ingredients. That is, somehow, despite their flavor sounding so wrong for the job, they bring all the other
The Oil Slick cocktail will surprise you. It blends the sweet herbal notes of Jägermeister with a peppermint liqueur. It’s not a flavor you’d expect, and it’s hard to describe any better than that. You’ll probably either love it or hate it. While you can make a perfectly tasty version of this by just pouring the