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How to Make a Girl Scout Cookie Shot

Learn how to make a Girl Scout Cookie from the bartenders at Barcelona Bar NYC in this Howcast video.


Okay, shot-Drinkers, we have a shot of many names coming up next. You've probably seen it called The Girl Scout Cookie, The After Five, The Thin Mint, any one of these.

Basically, what we're going to have is a nice little minty, chocolaty, delicious, hopefully again, shot. So what we're going to do is three ingredients for you here today.

We're going to use either peppermint schnapps or crème de menthe, whatever you happen to have in stock in your bar. You can use either one of those to give you that minty flavor. You're going to use crème de cacao for the chocolate flavor and then just a splash of Bailey's after that. Alright, we're going to start with our shaker.

You're going to use a little ice, going to have the shot served cold, and also to mix all of the ingredients together. We're going to go with equal parts of our favorite peppermint, about a count, full count there; same with your crème de cacao, that's our chocolate flavor. And then a little bit, just a dash really, of your Irish cream.

You're going to shake it all together with your mixing glass on top. Strain it out. Use your, use your pint glass, whatever you feel comfortable doing, pouring. Knock on your neighbor's door. Try and sell some because that's what you have, The Girl Scout Cookie!

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