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Drinks on me: How to make a “Slippery Nipple” drink

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Hello Talku Talku Foodies!

It’s that time of the week when we get to have fun and let loose because the weekend is here.Thank Goodness it’s Friday, guys!

Our cocktail for today is “Slippery Nipple”. The “Slippery Nipple” drink has other variations such as “Buttery Nipple”, “Dirty Nipple”, and “Shitty Nipple” amongst others. Yes, you read that right. Because I’m nice, I will be giving you the recipe for all of the variations mentioned. Yippeee! Let’s go there.

Ingredients for Slippery Nipple

½ shot of Sambuca (Italian aniseed-flavoured liquor)

½ shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream

A cherry

Recipe

  • This drink is pretty easy to make. It is usually better served in a shot glass. Drop a cherry into the shot glass.
  • Pour your Sambuca into the shot glass.
  • Then layer your Bailey’s on top of the Sambuca. The cherry gives the drink an appearance of a nipple. Hence, the name “Slippery Nipple”.

Your “Slippery Nipple” drink is ready to enjoy.

Ingredients for Buttery Nipple

½ shot of Butterscotch Schnapps

½ shot of Bailey’s Irish

Cream

A cherry

Recipe

  • The process is pretty much the same with “Slippery Nipple”. But instead of using Sambuca, we will be using Butterscotch schnapps.
  • Then layer it with your Bailey’s Irish Cream and add your cherry.

Your “Buttery Nipple” drink is ready for your enjoyment. Let’s move on to the recipe for “Dirty Nipple”.

Ingredients for Dirty Nipple

1/3 shot of Kahlua (This is a coffee-flavoured liquor

)1/3 shot of Butterscotch Schnapps

1/3 shot of Irish

Cream

A cherry

Ingredients for Shitty Nipple

½ shot of Grappa

½ shot of Bailey’s

Irish Cream

A cherry

Recipe

  • The process is pretty much the same with “Buttery Nipple”. In this case, we will be starting with ½ shot of Grappa.
  • Then layer it with your Bailey’s Irish Cream and add your cherry.

There we have it guys! I really hope you get to try it, and I would love to hear from you guys in the comment section. I would like to know your experiences with these recipes.Till next time, Talku Talku Foodies!

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