Poor Man's Cocaine

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*******absintheology**** Mixologist Jared Williams pours the Poor Man's Cocaine as a layered shot then the ...
*******absintheology**** Mixologist Jared Williams pours the Poor Man's Cocaine as a layered shot then the Flat Liner cocktail. Both of these drinks share the same basic ingredients. In fact, the Poor Man's Cocaine is essentially a shot version of the Flat Liner. These are both delicious coffee based cocktails with a serious kick. They are truly a treat for the senses. Not only do they taste nice and look great, but the aroma is wonderful and the texture is interesting as well. The Poor Man's Cocaine is a shot and is meant to be drunk as one. That is consumed in a single gulp. The Absinthe Flat Liner is like a time bomb in your mouth with a surprise flavor explosion after about twenty seconds. Poor Man's Cocaine - Shot We used Kübler in this video but you can use most Swiss, Bohemian, or American cocktail style brands for this (you can experiment with the French brands but the bitter flavor might be too much) 1/2 shot absinthe 1/2 shot coffee liquor Float of Baileys Irish Cream 1 pinch of coffee grounds Build cocktail in mixing tin with ice. 1/2 shot absinthe 1/2 shot coffee liquor (Kahlua) Shake and strain into shot glass Float Baileys on top. Drop a pinch of coffee grounds on top for texture and flavor. Flat Liner - Cocktail Jared used Le Tourment Vert Absinthe in this video. Tourment is a brand that was made specifically for cocktail recipes and does not separate when shaken. 1 shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe 1 teaspoon powdered sugar (or one quarter ounce bar syrup) 2 shots espresso 1/2 shot coffee liquor 1/2 shot Baileys Irish Cream Float cream Build cocktail in mixing tin with ice. 1 shot absinthe 1 teaspoon powdered sugar (or one quarter ounce bar syrup) 2 shots espresso 1/2 shot coffee liquor (Kahlua) 1/2 shot Baileys Irish Cream Shake vigorously strain into glass over ice. Float cream
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