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German Chocolate Shooters
Dinner with friends in our home usually include a favorite homemade meal, a dessert and coffee. This summer we are taking it up a notch with German Chocolate Shooters. Made with Sugarlands Distilling Company Pina Colada moonshine and Hazelnut rum, this easy two ingredient sweet treat for guests needs nothing more than your favorite shooter glasses and friends to share with.
Last week I received a wooden crate full of spirits from Sugarlands Distilling Company. The award winning spirit makers sent a variety of moonshine, cream liqueurs, rum and rye whiskey flavors. The creative moonshine flavors are definitely out of the box and taste great on their own or in drink recipes. Peanut Butter and Jelly, Maple Bacon, Blueberry Muffin and Blockader’s Blackberry are just a few of the unique flavors you’ll find in the moonshine collection.
The Pina Colada moonshine pairs perfectly with lime, cherry, chocolate and peach. It’s coconut forward and finishes with a smooth pineapple flavor. At 70 proof, the german chocolate shooters come with a hidden punch so sip wisely.
- 1 oz Hazelnut Rum
- 1 oz Pina Colada Moonshine
Combine in a shaker tin with ice, shake vigorously and strain into a shot glass.
Attending bartending school while in college had its perks but nothing more than some fun playing bartender at home parties. This easy german chocolate shooters recipe is the easiest to prepare at a dinner party and could earn you some expert bar pointers without ever telling your friends about that little stint at a bartending school.
Dinner guests will appreciate the cake but it’s the german chocolate shooters that will have them asking to come back again soon.
Sugarlands Distilling Company has a distillery just outside the Rocky Mountains in downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee and it’s a popular attraction for visitors to taste the award winning spirits. You can also visit the top distillery experience for a behind the scenes tour and learn about how the spirits are made.
From german chocolate shooters to serving Pina Colada moonshine straight from the blender alongside your favorite Mexican dish, how will you share moonshine with friends?