Blow Job Shooter Recipe

Blow Job Shooter
S&C Design Studios
  • Total: 3 mins
  • Prep: 3 mins
  • Cook: 0 mins
  • Yield: 1 shot (1 serving)

Forget the crude name―the blow job shooter is absolutely delicious! It's also very popular, especially when ordered as a round and shared with friends at the bar.

The blow job shot is a creamy mix of amaretto and Irish cream topped with whipped cream and it is one of the tastiest shots you can mix up. It is also very easy and both liqueurs are inexpensive, so this is a great option for parties. Once you have the shots ready to go, the rest of the blow job shot is more about tradition and the insinuation of the act (which will be left to your imagination).

Ingredients

Steps to Make It

  1. Gather the ingredients.

    Blow Job Shooter ingredients
  2. Pour the amaretto and Irish cream into a shot glass.

  3. Top with whipped cream.

    Blow Job Shooter
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  4. Serve and enjoy!

Tip

  • The customary way to shoot a blow job is to place your hands behind your back, pick the glass up with your mouth, tilt your head back and drink. It doesn't look pretty, but it is fun.
  • Though Baileys is the Irish cream most often used in this shot, there are other great options as well. Carolans, Kerry Gold, and St. Brendan's are all fine options.
  • You want to leave enough room at the top of your shot glass so the base of the whipped cream sits in the glass, not on top of the rim. Overfilling can create quite the mess, especially if you choose to drink it hands-free.
  • Since the volume of shot glasses does vary, adjust the amounts according to your needs. A good rule of thumb is to fill the glass one-quarter full with Irish cream, then to three-quarters full with the amaretto.

Recipe Variations

  • Baileys makes a number of flavored Irish creams that would work well in this shot. Their caramel, espresso, and chocolate cherry would be especially delicious, though the portfolio does change often, so consider any new bottles you spot at the liquor store.
  • If you don't have Irish cream, RumChata is an excellent substitute.
  • You can also use a variety of liqueurs as a substitute for amaretto. Try this shot with butterscotch, cinnamon, or vanilla schnapps or enjoy the hazelnut taste of a liqueur like Frangelico. Fruit liqueurs such as Chambord will add a fun twist, too. Essentially, any flavor that would work well with cream can be used in this recipe.

How Strong Is a Blow Job Shooter?

Since there's no shaking or stirring involved, dilution is not a factor in this shot's strength. Essentially, you'll be drinking an average of the two liqueurs, which comes out to around 20 percent ABV (40 proof), not accounting for the whipped cream. It's not a strong shot, but a few rounds will add up!