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The bottom layer of this fun shooter is gelatin flavored with Guinness Stout and Irish whiskey. The top is made of an Irish cream gelatin that's tinted with food coloring. It's quite simple and an enjoyable project.
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For a straight shooter, few can beat the simple and bold taste of the famous Pickleback. When it was created it quickly took over the Irish whiskey scene and St. Patrick's Day is a perfect excuse to revisit it.
The Pickleback requires just two things: You will pour one shot glass of Jameson Irish Whiskey and one of pickle juice. Drink one and then the other and enjoy the sensation. It's hard to say why this combination works so well, but it does.
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Let's face it, sometimes you feel like getting a little nutty. That's the point of the party, right? If you're in that mood, we have the perfect shooter for you.
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One of the most popular shots, the Irish Car Bomb is just as fun on St. Patrick's Day. It's simple, it's familiar, and it's always a hit. Try to take it easy, though, because this one sneaks up on you.
For this shot, you will need three very Irish ingredients: Guinness, Irish cream liqueur and Irish whiskey. The liquors are combined in a shot glass, and you'll pour the dark stout into a pint. Choose to drop it or just chase it, it's up to you.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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The three layers not only look great, they also taste pretty good. The bottom is green crème de menthe, the middle is Irish cream, and the top is Grand Marnier. Have fun with it and be sure to share.
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This shooter requires just two layers. A melon liqueur, such as Midori, forms the foundation and it's topped with Irish cream. It's quite tasty and you may even be back for a second round.
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This easy shot is ideal when you can no longer concentrate on the Irish frog's layers. Simply pour Tullamore Dew, Midori and Irish cream into a shaker, mix it up, strain it out, and drink it down.