A Snakebite Shot is a potent fusion of whiskey or Yukon Jack and lime cordial. Imagine the warmth of the whiskey, blending effortlessly with the sharp zest of lime.
The Snakebite Shot promises a bold and invigorating kick, making it a popular choice among seasoned whiskey aficionados and adventurous newcomers alike. Its potency is matched only by its ability to set the tone for a night of excitement and revelry. As you embark on this flavor-packed journey, remember to savor each sip responsibly, for this shot is undeniably not for the faint of heart.
The Snakebite Shot is a popular drink among college students and young adults, and it is often consumed as a shot. It is a sweet and sour whiskey slammer that packs a punch.
In recent years, the Snakebite Shot has gained popularity in the United States, and it is now a common drink in many bars and restaurants. Not much is known about the origins of this shot, but as an easy 2-ingredient shot that packs a punch, it became notorious quickly.
How to Make It
- 1 oz Yukon Jack or another Canadian whisky
- ½ oz lime cordial
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Add whiskey or Yukon Jack to the shaker.
- Add lime cordial to the shaker.
- Shake the mixture well until chilled.
- Strain the mixture into a shot glass.
- Garnish with a lime wedge.
There are many variations on the classic Snakebite Shot recipe, giving you plenty of options to choose from when you want to mix things up. Here are a few popular variations to try:
Spicy Snakebite Shot
Add a few dashes of hot sauce to the Snakebite shot for a spicy take on the shot.
Snakebite and Black
This is a popular variation on the classic Snakebite Shot that adds a splash of blackcurrant cordial to the mix. The result is a sweet and fruity shot that is perfect for those who want to try something a little different.
If you want to impress your friends with your bartending skills, try making a layered Snakebite Shot. To make this drink, pour the beer into a glass first, then slowly pour the cider on top. The result is a beautiful layered drink that is sure to impress.
Flaming Snake Bite Shot
To make a flaming snake bite shot, pour equal parts of Yukon Jack and lime cordial into a shot glass. Use a lighter to ignite the shot and then quickly extinguish the flame by placing a coaster over the glass. Drink the shot immediately. Note that flaming shots can be dangerous and should be made with caution.