Brain Hemmorhage

Submitted by BiggieB

Ingredients

¾ shot Peach liqueur Bailey’s Irish Cream
Grenadine

Directions

  1. un vasititito by [superanita] on FlickrPour ¾ shot of peach liqueur into a shot glass. Drizzle Baileys into it, to fill glass. 
  2. If done correctly, the Baileys will float in the schnapps. Then place a few drops of grenadine into the shot.

OR

  1. With tall shot glass, pour halfway full with peach schnapps, then layer the rest with Baileys. Place a few drops of grenadine in.

Jello Shots

Submitted by DamYankee

Ingredients

1 large box of Jell-O (Not sugar free) ¾ c. hot water
¾ c. liquor

Directions

  1. Margarita Jello Shots by Weekend! on FlickrBasically make the Jell-O per the instructions on the box, with the exception that you use ¾ of the total liquid. 
  2. Mix the jello powder with ¾ c. of hot water (instead of a full cup) & dissolve completely. 
  3. Instead of adding cold water & the liquor of your choice, but only ¾ of a cup.
  4. Pour into plastic 1 oz condiment cups, available at most restaurant supply shops, & let sit in the refrigerator for 24 hours before serving.

Suggested Jello / Liquor combinations:
Cherry with Southern Comfort
Black Cherry with Southern Comfort
Blue Raspberry with Absolut
Orange with Absolut

Chocolate Cake Shot

Submitted by BiggieB

Ingredients

¾ oz Frangelico ¾ oz vodka (good stuff)
1 lemon wedge Sugar

Directions

  1. Combine vodka & Frangelico in shaker. Shake very well. Strain into shot glass. Coat lemon wedge in sugar.
  2. Shoot drink, then bite into lemon wedge. If made correctly, you will have the after taste of chocolate cake. The cool part is, there is no chocolate in the drink.
  3. If you want a German chocolate cake, substitute Malibu for the vodka.

Margaritas

Submitted by Lorene

Ingredients

Ice, cubed or crushed 1 (6 oz) can frozen limeade concentrate
6 oz tequila 2 oz triple sec

Directions

  1. Margarita Tuesday by ilovememphis on FlickrSemi-thaw the can of limeade so it’s slushy. 
  2. Fill your blender up to the very top with ice. 
  3. Pour in the alcohol (it’ll melt down the ice) & the can of limeade. 
  4. Blend until smooth.