A shot glass or cordial is used to make a B-52 shot.Its distinct layers are one of its most notable features.There is a trick to getting the drink to be just right.
Step 1: The shot glass should hold 12 ounce of coffee liqueur.
The glass has a center.If you can, try not to get any up the walls of the glass.
Step 2: Just above the Kahlua, hold a spoon upside down.
The tip should be touching the wall of the glass.The rim of the glass should be resting on the spoon’s handle.The spoon should be facing upwards.The spoon tip touching the Kahlua makes it easier for some people.Some people find it easier if it is above them.Whatever works best for you.
Step 3: Slowly pour the Bailey’s over the dome of the spoon.
As you fill the glass, keep the tip above the liquid by raising the spoon.You should be pouring towards the handle.Wait a few seconds if the two liquids start to mix.They will eventually separate.
Step 4: The same technique can be used to finish off the Grand Mariner.
Keeping the spoon tip above the Bailey’s, slowly pour the Grand Mariner into the glass.Remember to pour towards the handle.Move the spoon away from the glass when you get to the rim.Don’t worry if the Grand Mariner spills over.You can wipe it up with a towel.
Step 5: The drink should be served.
The B-52 is not served with ice.
Step 6: Add a dash of rum and set it on fire.
Leave a small amount of space at the top of the shot.You can finish it off with a drink.Use a match to light the shot on fire.Before blowing it out and drinking it, let the shot burn for a few seconds.
Step 7: If you want to make a B-57, use Peppermint Schnapps.
You can fill a shot glass with coffee liqueur.Carefully pouring over the back of a spoon, add Bailey’s Irish Cream and Peppermint Schnaps.
Step 8: Frangelico is a liqueur that can be used to make a B-51.
You can fill a shot glass with coffee liqueur.Carefully add Bailey’s Irish Cream and Frangelico hazelnut liqueur to the back of a spoon.
Step 9: If you want to make a B-28, you can use Butterscotch Schnapps on top of the almond liqueur.
One ounce of Bailey’s Irish Cream is enough to fill a lowball glass.You can layer with 1/3 ounce of each of the following.The liqueurs should be poured over the back of a spoon.
Step 10: Instead of using Bailey’s Irish Cream, make a T52 by using Tequila Rose strawberry Cream liqueur.
You can fill a shot glass with coffee liqueur.Pouring over the back of a spoon, carefully layer 12 ounce of strawberry liqueur and Grand Marnier.The drink is called the B-52 in the Desert.