A two ingredient layered shot that combines Irish cream with raspberry liqueur to make a delicious after dinner shooter.
Nothing impresses happy hour guests more than a layered shot!
My newest obsession is this jam donut shot that combines a sweet raspberry liqueur with smooth and velvety Irish cream.
When both flavors hit your tastebuds, the result is a dessert shot that tastes similar to a jelly-filled donut. Delightful!
- Irish Cream – Bailey’s is most commonly used, though I recently discovered Five Farms small batch Irish cream and it is now my go-to.
- Chambord – This raspberry flavored liqueur is the classic choice for the jam donut shot. If you substitute another fruit liqueur, you may have to change the order of the layers – depending on the density.
How To Make
- Add Chambord to the bottom of a shot glass.
- Slowly pour Irish cream over the back of a bar spoon that is situated right at the surface of the Chambord.
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- Chill alcohol bottles ahead of time for a smoother tasting shot.
- To easily pour for layering, use one of these OXO mini beakers.
- If you swap out any of the ingredients, you may need to reorder the layers. The most dense alcohol is whichever has the highest sugar content and it will be the bottom layer.
- Use Rumchata instead of Baileys
- Swap strawberry or blackberry liqueur for Chambord
- Drizzle of strawberry or chocolate syrup inside the shot glass
- Dip the rim of the shot glass in simple syrup, then sugar
- Top with whipped cream
.75 oz Chambord
.75 oz Irish Cream
Add the Chambord to the bottom of the shot glass.
Flip a bar spoon upside down and hold it directly above the surface of the Chambord. Slowly pour the Irish cream over the back of the spoon, creating the second layer.
Cheers and enjoy!
I used 1.5oz shot glasses.