Blowjob Shot Recipe

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You probably won’t be making many of these in more sophisticated cocktail bars, but the Blowjob Shot is fun to have in your repertoire, especially when you're serving Hen/Bachelorette parties. It’s meant to be drunk with your hands behind your back so that you only touch the glass with your mouth. I wonder why…
Blowjob Shot recipe

Ingredients:

Serve in a Shot glass

  • 1/2 shot Kahlua
  • 1/2 shot Bailey’s Irish Cream
  • Top with whipped cream

How to Make:

  1. Pour the Kahlua (or other coffee liqueur) into a shot glass.
  2. Layer the Bailey’s Irish Cream over the Kahlua. You want to clearly see the separation between the liqueurs.
  3. Add a dollop of whipped cream on top.
  4. Instruct the drinker to keep their hands behind their back when they ‘shoot’ it.

About

Originating around the late 1980’s, the blowjob shot is one of the most popular party shooters of all time – for its name, for how it’s drunk and (believe it or not) for how tasty it is. It’s rich and creamy, easy to make but not-so-easy to drink.

That’s because you’re meant to place your hands behind your back & only let your mouth touch the glass when you drink it.

For the adventurous, you can even ‘liptease‘ the cream before consuming (an effective pickup technique for all you single ladies out there). Or better yet, place the shot in the unzipped fly/crotch of a friend or partner-to-be and ‘shoot‘ it from there.

If you’re left with any whipped cream around your mouth, slowly finish it off by licking your lips.

Alternatively, skip the theatrics altogether, drink it with a straw or as a normal shooter and just enjoy it for its deliciousness.

Relatively considered, the blowjob shot is quite mild (in terms of alcohol content) and its ingredients are inexpensive. So it’s a great choice for parties, especially if you’re hosting at your home. Not only will it liven-up everyone up but you won’t have to worry about your guests getting too smashed that night.

For bartenders and home cocktail-enthusiasts alike, this is an essential shot recipe to know. Almost everyone who’s ever been to a bar knows it, loves it and will one day order it so learn how to make it well.

A note on layering

Layering is a somewhat difficult bartending technique that makes a drink look more interesting by displaying its different ingredients in layers – as seen in the photo above. The easiest way to layer ingredients on top of each other is by slowly pouring the liquids down the back of a flat-top bar spoon (hovering very closely over the liquid you want to layer it upon) so it spreads evenly across its surface.

Alternatively, you can pour the subsequent liquids on the back of a bar-spoon OR very carefully (and slowly) on the side of the glass.

It requires steady hands and can take a while to master. If you’re having trouble with it, don’t worry about it. The selling point of this shot isn’t how it’s made, but how it’s consumed!

Variations

The most common variation is to use Amaretto instead of Bailey’s Irish cream. The amaretto makes the shot less sweet and creamy, but it still tastes quite delicious – it’s a matter of preference.

I’ve also seen a variation that called for equal parts coffee liqueur (like Kahlua), orange liqueur (like Cointreau) and creme de banane (banana liqueur). In my books, this isn’t a blowjob shot – where’s the whipped cream?!

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