Stars and Bars Cocktail

"The South will rise again! This is a layered drink in a tall shot glass made to represent the Stars and Bars. It actually tastes like a red hot - like the ones my grandmother would slip me in church."
 
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photo by AmandaInOz photo by AmandaInOz
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Ready In:
3mins
Ingredients:
3
Yields:
1 shot
Serves:
1
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ingredients

  • 13 ounce grenadine
  • 13 ounce blue curacao
  • 13 ounce goldschlager
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directions

  • In a tall shot glass, pour the grenadine in first.
  • Slowly pour the blue curacao over the back of a spoon so it is layered over the top of the grenadine.
  • Slowly pour the Goldschlager over the blue curacao.
  • Drink the whole thing all at once to get the full flavor of a red hot Southern drink!

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Reviews

  1. Lacy S.
    We had this on the Fourth of July and they we awesome!! And so pretty!! I had a hard time floating each layer at first but after got warmed up it was a breeze! I love goldschlager and these left a sweet heat in your mouth after drinking! Loved it! Can't wait till the next 4th!! They we so good I probably won't!
     
  2. ncmysteryshopper
    These shots were a hit at our 4th of July Party! They were super cute and very easy to layer. They definitely taste like Red Hots! Thanks Mulligan!!! *Zaar World Tour 3*
     
  3. Nimz_
    OMG this was so good. I had no idea what to expect because I've never had goldschlager. It really does taste like a red hot. Loved it. Made for ZWT-Zingo
     
  4. AmandaInOz
    Very pretty, and very tasty! It really does taste like a red hot. Made for ZWT 3- Zingo. Thanks Mulligan!
     
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My husband and I love to cook - and it shows ;) Grew up in North Carolina, married a wonderful guy from South Carolina but to make the cooking more interesting, we moved to Colorado. We're trying to eat more healthy, so we've cut back on our red meats and have added "vegetarian night" to experiment with our cooking. My motto in life is, "Why not?"
 
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