Oil Spill Shot

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We crafted this shot for our blog post on Mad Max: Road Warrior. It fits the motif of the movie perfectly, and it's surprisingly delicious too.

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Prep Time

5 min

PT5M
Cook Time

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PT0S
Wait Time

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PT0S PT5M
Oil Spill Shot

Ingredients

Serves 1
1 serving Serves

Instructions

Step 1

Pour the Goldschläger into a shot glass.

Pour the Goldschläger into a shot glass.

Step 2

Invert a spoon over the shot glass. Place the tip close to the top of the liquor and the edge of the glass. Slowly pour in the Jägermeister.

Invert a spoon over the shot glass. Place the tip close to the top of the liquor and the edge of the glass. Slowly pour in the Jägermeister.

Step 3

The inverted spoon technique allows the Jägermeister to settle on top, giving it the appearance of an oil slick, hence the name. Cheers!

The inverted spoon technique allows the Jägermeister to settle on top, giving it the appearance of an oil slick, hence the name. Cheers!

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Oil Spill Shot

Oil Spill Shot

By getmunchedup

We crafted this shot for our blog post on Mad Max: Road Warrior. It fits the motif of the movie perfectly, and it's surprisingly delicious too.

Prep Time

5 min

Cook Time

--

Wait Time

--

Ingredients

Serves 1

Instructions

Pour the Goldschläger into a shot glass.

Step 1

Pour the Goldschläger into a shot glass.

Invert a spoon over the shot glass. Place the tip close to the top of the liquor and the edge of the glass. Slowly pour in the Jägermeister.

Step 2

Invert a spoon over the shot glass. Place the tip close to the top of the liquor and the edge of the glass. Slowly pour in the Jägermeister.

The inverted spoon technique allows the Jägermeister to settle on top, giving it the appearance of an oil slick, hence the name. Cheers!

Step 3

The inverted spoon technique allows the Jägermeister to settle on top, giving it the appearance of an oil slick, hence the name. Cheers!

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