The 8 Most Delicious Shots & Shooters You'll Ever Taste

The smooth Alabama slammer combines amaretto, orange juice, sloe gin, and Southern Comfort. The University of Alabama Crimson Tide fans love this recipe, which may be made in several ways.

The movie-named Apocalypse Now recipe is intriguing. This strong layered drink requires tequila, Irish cream, and dry vermouth.

B-50 shots' most popular recipe is the B-52. Carefully pouring Kahlua, Baileys Irish Cream, and Grand Marnier will challenge your layering talents. Natural layers of liqueurs produce a delightful mix.

When you want a shot that tastes like bubble gum from childhood, try Bazooka Joe. The characteristic, sweet flavour requires Irish cream, blue curaçao and a banana liqueur at your bar.

The beam me up shooter tests liquor floating talents. Building Scotty shot is fun. Irish cream follows coffee and banana liqueur. Feel free to mix it up.

Double the rum, double the joy (or hangover)! The big boom shooter has triple sec, orange, and pineapple juices, and 151-proof and black rums. The recipe yields several shots, so share.

PB and bacon shooter is unusual. Bacon whisky and peanut butter amaretto must be homemade. Enjoy with maple syrup and applewood-smoked salt!

Tequila Rose in the bar? Take this shot. The black rose is equal parts strawberry cream liqueur and black vodka. Watch vodka swirl across the pink layer by floating or pouring it.

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