Licor 43 Mini Beer

A while back I posted the Baby Guinness shot as a two ingredient drink just in time for a labor free Labor Day. Not only is the Baby Guinness eye catching andBaby Guinness Shot is a two ingredient layered shot. - photo by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist easy, but it’s delicious. Now Licor 43 has created a new shot that is equally eye catching, easy to build and insanely delicious. It’s the Mini Beer. You guessed it, no beer included. It’s just meant to look like a mini frosted mug of goodness.

Since both shots are beer oriented in appearance and name, I thought they would both be perfect drink (or shot) picks for Super Bowl weekend. It doesn’t take much to get anyone in the mood for a good game of football, but this little shot of heaven is a great way to kick off festivities.

Licor 43 Mini Beer Layered Shot Recipe

Licor 43 Mini Beer layered shot with heavy cream. Doesn't taste like beer at all. More like a creamsicle! - photo by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

Licor 43 Mini Beer layered shot with heavy cream. Doesn’t taste like beer at all. More like a creamsicle! – photo by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

Licor 43 Mini Beer

1-1/2 ounce Licor 43 – chilled

Splash of Heavy Cream

Fill shot glass 2/3 full of chilled Licor 43. Top with layer of heavy cream. Layer heavy cream on top of Licor 43 by slowly pouring it over the back of spoon.

While I love a good mug of beer, this little shot tastes more like a decadent creamsicle. Great way to celebrate a touchdown, field goal or great play. Cheers!

Read the Licor 43 review which includes three more cocktail recipes by following the link.

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2 Responses to Licor 43 Mini Beer

  1. substitute Coole Swan for the cream……yummy

  2. Where can I purchase the mini beer mugs?

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