What is the nastiest shot?
With your health and safety in mind, here are the 10 most disgusting shots to never order at a bar:
- Cement Mixer. (iStock) 3/4 ounce Bailey’s.
- Gorilla Puke. (iStock)
- Black Death. (iStock)
- She Ran Over My Heart with a Bulldozer. (iStock)
- Liquid Steak. (iStock)
- Motor Oil. (iStock)
- Eggermeister. (iStock)
- Smoker’s Cough. (iStock)
What is the shot that curdles?
In a nutshell, it’s a mixture of Irish cream liqueur and lime juice that curdles in your mouth. And here’s the thing: It doesn’t taste that awful. It’s the curdled texture that’s the problem—mmm, chunky liquid.
What is the strongest shot at a bar?
Which are the strongest shots of alcohol?
- Mezcal, Your Best Choice When Tequila Seems Bland (45%)
- Snake Venom, the World’s Strongest Beer (65%)
- Dry Chinchón, a Sweet Drink that Will Twist your Mind (75%)
- Bacardí 151, the Undisputed King of Rum (75%)
- Devil’s Spring Vodka, the Name Speaks for Itself (80%)
What is a drunken sailor drink?
February 11, 2011. This copper-cupped cocktail will bring out your inner pirate with a mix of Jamaican rum, sloe gin and the spiciest of Blenheim ginger ale lineup—the red-capped bottle.
What does Baileys curdle with?
This “cocktail” is made up of the novel combination of Bailey’s and lime juice. You drink the Bailey’s and hold the shot in your mouth, then take the shot of lime juice and swirl the mixture around. The lime’s acidity causes the Bailey’s to rapidly curdle, so much so that you have to chew down the congealed mass.
Why has my Baileys curdle?
Cream liqueurs curdle because of their high dairy content. Dairy products, such as milk or cream, curdle in the presence of acid. As the pH drops below 5.5, the casein proteins in the dairy ingredients begin to coagulate.