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Drinking Mini Beer Shots is a fun and delicious way to celebrate! Made with Licor 43 and heavy cream, these shots are even better when served in mini beer glasses.
Mini Beer Shots
I’d been thinking about posting these Mini Beer Shots for the longest time and just kept putting it off. Recently, however, I stumbled upon these mini beer glasses. That’s when I knew it was time to finally share this recipe with you.
I figured a post about Mini Beer Shots might also be timely since St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. So I ordered the mini glasses and whipped up these Mini Beer Shots a few days later.
And if you like these mini beers, you’re going to LOVE these baby Guinness shots. It’s the same idea, but these look like a mini glass of Guinness beer! You’ll never guess how to make them. Get the recipe HERE.
I’m always a bit hesitant to share shot recipes because I’m not a advocate of heavy drinking. Of course, if done in moderation, a shot can add an enjoyable element to a celebration. And like all of the alcoholic drinks posted on IBC, these Mini Beer Shots are intended only for adults who are able to drink responsibly.
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What are Mini Beers made of?
When it comes to ingredients, it doesn’t get much easier than this. You only need two things to make these Mini Beer Shots:
– Licor 43
– Heavy cream
Yep, that’s it! Pretty, simple right?
What Type of Alcohol is Licor 43?
You may be wondering about Licor 43 if you haven’t heard of it or tasted it. Licor 43 is a sweet, vanilla-flavored liqueur. It’s produced In Spain and made with 43 flavoring ingredients, hence the name.
What makes these shots so delectable is when the Licor 43 mixes with the cream; it almost taste like a milkshake. Yum!
How do you Make Mini Beer Shots?
Start by filling a shot glass 2/3 full of chilled Licor 43.
I recommend using a shot glass that looks like a mini beer glass for the best effect. The ones I’m using here are no longer sold, but here are a few other great options:
Then, create the “foam head” by added a layer of heavy cream to the top of the Licor 43. You can do this by pouring the cream on very slowly. Another method is to pour the cream over the back of a spoon.
That’s it! All that’s left is to pour a few more for your friends. The it’s time for cheers and that enjoyable taste!
The flavor of the Mini Beer Shot resembles a sweet vanilla milkshake with just a kick of alcohol. It’s a shot many adults will enjoy!
Looking for more unique cocktail recipes? Try these:
- Birthday Cake Shot
- Sangria Popsicles
- Leprechaun’s Kiss Martini
- Guinness Float
- Milk and Cookies Shots
I hope you give these a try. If you do, let me know what you think by leaving a comment below! Have you ever hear of Mini Beer Shots or are they new to you?
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Mini Beer Shots Recipe:
Mini Beer Shots
- 1.5 ounces Licor 43 chilled
- Heavy cream
- Start by filling a shot glass 2/3 full of chilled Licor 43. (I recommend using a shot glass that looks like a mini beer glass for the full effect. I’ve linked a few of my favorites in the note section below.)
- Then, create the “foam head” by adding a layer of heavy cream to the top of the Licor 43. You can do this by pouring on the cream very slowly. Another option is to pour the cream over the back of a spoon.
- Finally, it’s time to toast and enjoy!
Can these be made ahead of time, about two-three hours and left in the fridge or are they to be made at the time of drinking? Thank you !
I made these and they are awesome. I also added a little chocolate Hershey syrup to the bottom of the shot glass. Then they taste like a chocolate milkshake.
In Mexico they use Baileys instead of the cream and those are pretty awesome as well.
what fun, like tdea of the little beer mugs too, hadn’t heard of Licor 43 before, will have to try it, thank you
I LOVE Liquor 43! I used to live in Spain and a popular drink there was pineapple juice with Liquor 43!