Pousse-Café Recipe List

A pousse-café is traditionally defined as a liqueur drunk with after-dinner coffee. The term is of French origin (pousse = push, café = coffee), consisting of several liqueurs poured to form separate layers in a glass. The layering is done by gently adding each ingredient from most dense to least in order to create colored stripes when the drink is viewed from the side. There is also a drink that uses the name pousse-cafe (from bottom to top, grenadine, yellow chartreuse, and green chartreuse), but this complex drink doesn't have French roots as the name might suggest.
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Angel's Kiss

To make an Angel's Kiss: Pour dark creme de cacao into a 2 oz pony glass....

B-52 shot

To make this classic B-52 shooter (or B52), use the following recipe instructions by carefully layering each of the ingredients in...

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B-53 shot

To mix a B-53 (or B53) shooter use the following recipe instructions. Pour the Kahlua into a shot glass....

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B-54 shot

To mix a B-54 (or B54) shooter use the following recipe instructions. Pour the Kahlua into a shot glass....

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Dobbs

To mix a Dobbs cocktail use the following recipe instructions. Fill an old-fashioned glass with crushed ice....

Flaming Asshole

To make this colorfully named shooter, the Flaming Asshole, use the following recipe instructions by carefully layering each of th...

Irish Flag

To make an Irish Flag, a popular St Patrick's Day shooter, use the following recipe instructions by carefully layering each of the...

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookie

To make an Oatmeal Raisin Cookie shot use the following recipe instructions. pour the Kalua, irish cream, Goldschlager, Jagermeist...

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