A wonderful red cocktail perfect for the holidays is the Fun Red Snapper Shot! To make this delectable cocktail, all you need is Canadian Whiskey, Amaretto Liqueur, and Cranberry Juice.
One of the most popular drinks that incorporate Crown Royal Canadian Whisky is the red snapper. It is not to be confused with the traditional bloody Mary, which also goes by this name and is made with gin. No, this is a well-liked shooter that can also be consumed as a cocktail, and it is so sweet and delectable that it is readily transformable into a favorite beverage.
Simply shake the smooth whisky, amaretto, and cranberry juice in this recipe. It is both simple to remember and delicious since the liquors are poured equally, at one part each, and the juice is divided into two parts. The recipe is meant to be shared by two people as a shot, but you may also sip it leisurely as a fruity mixed cocktail.
How To Make A Red Snapper Shot
I adore festive cocktails! They are simple to make and present well when served at holiday gatherings.
This Red Snapper Shot is incredibly tasty and fruity. I should definitely mention that this cocktail does not contain any fish or fish oil. Although the drink’s name sounds like a big red fish, it really contains Canadian Whiskey, Amaretto, and cranberry juice.
- Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey
- Amaretto Liqueur
- Cranberry Juice
- Cocktail Shaker
- 2oz Shot Glasses
- Ice cubes
Step 1: First, pour Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey into the ice-filled cocktail shaker.
Step 2: Fill the cocktail shaker with amaretto liqueur.
Step 3: Fill the cocktail shaker with cranberry juice. Shake the concoction until it is chilled and well-combined.
Step 4: Strain into shot glasses that hold 2 oz. This red snapper cocktail shot should be plenty to fill two shot glasses.
Not a Bloody Mary, this recipe is for a cocktail shot. Although a Bloody Mary is sometimes referred to as a red snapper, that is the subject of a completely different article.
You can quadruple the ingredients and make this drink into a whole cocktail rather than a shot if you really enjoy the flavor.
The ratios are one part Canadian Whiskey, one part Amaretto, and two parts juice if you’re making this as a cocktail or in various sized shot glasses. We calculated 1 component to equal 1 fluid ounce.
To fit your preferred flavors, you may easily adjust the proportions of each item.
Some Common Questions
Q: What is a Bette Davis shot?
The 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? was a success, but few people were aware of the fact that the lead actors had such a strained relationship that Bette Davis personally attacked Joan Crawford when they were filming a scene in which Crawford’s character hits her sister.
Feud: Bette and Joan, a Ryan Murphy production that stars Susan Sarandon as Davis and Jessica Lange as Crawford, will air its entirety this month on FX. The two Golden Age actors were TERRIFIED of one another, to the point where Baby Jane’s campily horrible plot about two sisters trying to drive one other insane may have included less intentional hostility than its actual filming.
Q: What are some good shots?
- Bazooka Joe.
- Cherry Cheesecake.
- Chuck Norris.
- Liquid Cocaine.
- Mad Dog.
- Melon Ball.
Q: What is the most popular shot drink?
Vegas Bomb (bomb shot)
This has to be one of the top 10 shots a bartender should know. You can also mix all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker rather than serving it “bomb style.” ½ ounce Crown Royal. ½ ounce peach schnapps. ½ ounce Malibu.
Q: How many shots will get you drunk?
Most people get intoxicated after taking three to four shots; this influence can happen more rapidly if the person involved is small in stature.
Q: What liquor is good for straight shots?
Whiskey is touted as one of the best alcohols for straight shots. Not only does it have a lower alcohol by volume (ABV) than tequila and vodka, it tastes great by itself. You can still do shots with vodka and tequila, but the taste is so strong that it’s difficult to stomach.