The Irish Flag Shot is everything you would want in a festive drink and more. Baileys, Orange Liqueur and Green Crème de Menthe make this quick drink go down a little too smooth, and just might leaving you wanting more.
1 ounce green crème de menthe
1 ounce Baileys
1 ounce orange liqueur
How to Mix
Pour the crème de menthe into the shot glass.
Slowly float the Bailey's Irish Cream over the creme de menthe by pouring it over the back of a bar spoon.
Using the back of the bar spoon again, float the orange liqueur over the Bailey's Irish Cream.
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