5 posts tagged shot
Poison Arrow (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion shot)
1 part Lime Cordial
1 dash Grenadine
1 part Bailey’s Irish Creme
Directions: Fill up a shot glass with lime cordial and add a dash of Grenadine to the top. Now very slowly pour Baileys into the center of the shot glass until the liqueur hits the bottom of the shot. Take a straw and slowly twirl it round so the Baileys twists around the tube. Retract the straw and serve.
Warning: I have not tried this drink, however, the Lime Cordial will curdle the Baileys (that is how you get the really cool visual effect). This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, just make sure you take down the shot quick and don’t hold it in your mouth. Overall, “Poison Arrow” seems to be a very appropriate name for this drink.
Drink created and photographed by OXM UK.
Teleportation Shots (Portal Shots)
2/3 shot Gold Tequila
1/3 shot Orange Juice
2/3 shot lime juice or Roses lime
1/3 shot Bol Blue
Directions: Take the first shot, immediately take the second shot.
“In laymen’s terms, speedy thing go in, speedy thing comes out.”
Shots made by Scrollbar.dk.
One Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII shot)
1/3 shot Grenadine
1/3 shot Hot n’ Sweet
1/3 shot Dark Rum
This Sephiroth shot sounds wickedly sweet and harsh. Please keep away from any dainty women in pink.
Shot made by Scrollbar.dk.
Super Mario Shot (In honor of New Super Mario Brothers for the Wii)
1 cl Grenadine
1 cl Blue Bols
1 cl Tequila silver
Add the Grenadine first. Then pour Bols, slowly over a bar spoon. The Tequila goes on top.
Shot created by the guys at Scrollbar.dk.
The 1-Up Shot
1 part Melon Bols
1 part Vodka
1 part Milk
Mix first three ingredients into shot glass. Place whipped cream tuft on top, then add dots of green frosting.
This looks like too much fun not to try. Contrary to what you might think, it will NOT extend your life. However, I hope to soon feature a “Super Mushroom” drunk that will most definitely make you a bigger man if you drink it.
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