Chocolate Cake Shot

Chocolate Cake Shot

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"A shot that tastes and feels just like a piece of chocolate cake. You have to shoot it to believe it!"

Ingredients

5 m servings
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  1. In a shot glass, combine 1 part hazelnut liqueur and 1 part vodka. Coat a wedge of lemon with sugar. Suck the lemon wedge, and with the juice still in your mouth, drink the shot.

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This has become one of my favorite shots...very yummy! I used Frangelica and Absolut Citron...liked that combo best.

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I was very disappointed. The drink is sweet, cloyingly so. These did not taste like chocolate...to me--just sweet. I am glad I tried these before serving them to guests.

This has become one of my favorite shots...very yummy! I used Frangelica and Absolut Citron...liked that combo best.

O.k. I have to admit I was skeptical about three ingredients making something tasty, but I have to admit this is one great party conversation starter. I recommend using bakers super-fine sugar ...

I was very disappointed. The drink is sweet, cloyingly so. These did not taste like chocolate...to me--just sweet. I am glad I tried these before serving them to guests.

These are SO good. I've always ordered them at the bar but never knew how to make them. Now, I do. Try it for yourself. You'll be taken aback. Be sure to buy GOOD liquor....otherwise you'll get...

I brought this drink with me to a party I went to yesterday and it was a smash hit. Everybody loved it. Tastes great.

This is an awesome shot! It does taste exactly like chocolate cake. Thanks!

I use citron voldka, sounds weird but does make it taste more like chocolate cake!

I'd always wondered how the bartenders made this shot and now I know. Was a great hit at our Christmas party.

These are large shots - but a treat just the same! I used a juicy lemon & the sugar started to dissolve & drip off the lemon too fast.