The difference between a shot and a shooter

I was searching for a recipe for Blow Job intending to make one at home. I wanted to try my hand at making one of those flaming drinks and I thought I’d start with a Blow Job since I have a curious fascination with it. To be more precise, I often order it at a bar… or, to be even more precise, I ask Speedy to order it for me just to watch the facial expression of the female servers whenever Speedy says, “Blow job, please.”

casaveneracion.com The difference between a shot and a shooter

It turns out that there is more than one kind of Blow Job. There’s the Blow Job Shot and there’s Blow Job Shooter. A shot is a drink made with alcoholic ingredients; a shooter has alcoholic and non-alcoholic ingredients. Whipped cream is the non-alcoholic ingredient of a Blow Job Shooter.

The Blow Job Shooter is more delicious than the Blow Job Shot and easier to make as it involves no layering.

Use a small glass (a shot glass or a demitasse). Pour in one part of amaretto and two parts of Bailey’s. Top with whipped cream. Drink straight up.



Comments

  1. Michael Balingit says

    Hi there. This is fun and educative… I’m a bartender and I just want to add some things. Layering shooters, you have done a great job providing us a chart, the key is to check the sugar or alcohol content of the liquer. The higher the proof (in percent) the lighter it is, the sweeter the heaviest… I have done lots of experiments myself and made layered drinks with just 2 hard liquors (local gins, light and strong) and lots of different juices (litro packs). The concept of the sweeter the heavier also implies to mocktails (non-alcoholic concoctions). Nice site you have here… I love the way you give recipes and pointers, cause I also love to cook… Thanks and keep it up…!

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