B-52

IngredientAmount
Kahlua[Coffee liqueur]20 ml
Baileys(Irish cream Liqueur)[Cream liqueur]20 ml
Grand marnier[Orange curacao]20 ml
Method
Build (Pousse-Cafe style)
GlassShot glass
IceNone
AlcoholAbout 30 %
ColorMultiple colors
FlavorSweet
TypeShooter
T.P.ODigestif(After dinner cocktail)
Liking★★★★★
Photo: B-52 ©okyawa
Step 1Pour kahlua into a shot glass.
Step 2With the back of a bar spoon in the glass, pour the baileys (irish cream liqueur) in a layer over the kahlua.
Step 3With the back of a bar spoon in the glass, pour the grand marnier in a layer over the baileys (irish cream liqueur).
The name comes from the name "B-52" of the bomber developed by Boeing in the United States. A layered drink-style cocktail that is layered in order from the heaviest liquor. There is also a way to make it by shaking it. Good aroma, sweet and easy to drink. In some countries, the last Grand Marnier is served lit and swiftly drunk with a long straw. If you insert the straw slowly, it will melt on the fire. Note that the Grand Marnier poured at the end is easy to mix with Baileys.
Sep 20, 2021

About B-52 Ingredients

コーヒーリキュール
Coffee liqueur
A liqueur using coffee as one of the main ingredients. It is sweet with a hint of bitterness.
クリームリキュール (ベイリーズ)
Cream liqueur (Baileys)
Many of them are heavy and sweet, and are tasty even when drunk on their own. It is a relatively new liqueur that has come into production with the development of technology, and is also suitable for after-dinner drinks.
オレンジキュラソー
Orange Curacao
An orange-colored curacao made from a base of spirits and brandy, flavored with orange peel, and aged in oak barrels. The aging process gives it a mellow taste.

About the supplies for making B-52

ショットグラス
Shot glass
A small glass for drinking strong alcohol straight.
バースプーン
Bar spoon
A spoon used to stir ingredients in a glass. It has a long handle and a spiral shape in the center of the handle to facilitate stirring.
メジャーカップ
Major cup
Measuring cups for measuring cocktail ingredients. Cups are paired at the top and bottom, and 30 ml and 45 ml are common.

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