Red, White and Blue Shooter
- Ready In:
- 1⁄3 ounce grenadine
- 1⁄3 ounce peach schnapps
- 1⁄3 ounce blue curacao
- Pour the grenadine into a shot glass.
- Very slowly pour the peach schnapps over the back of a small spoon into the shot glass.
- Very slowly pour the blue curaçao over the back of a small spoon into the shot glass.
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I was disappointed. I bought the 3 ingredients, tried, and tried, but to no avail. The peach schnapps just mixed with the grenadine. I ended up with a lighter red and blue. I used the back of a spoon, as you directed." (I have used this technique before--making a shooter called a "Baby Guinness" which is Kahlua with Irish Cream floated on top.) Luckily, I wanted to experiment on my own, so I had bought a bottle of The Club Pina Colada and some milk. Both floated on top, but the Kahlua worked better and tasted better. The Curacao mixes a bit with the colada, turning into a bright, opaque blue, and the rest floats on the top. It's red, blue and white, but it will have to do. I will take that to my party, not the peach schnapps. Maybe different brands of peach schnapps have a different density??? I prefer having a white as opposed to the clear schnapps, if it had worked, that is.
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