How do you make a B-52?

My very favorite bar drink !

Update:

I like raspberry instead of the amaretto. Looks the same though. So its a great exchange. When I make it myself . . . . .

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    2 shots Khalua

    2 shots Baileys (original)

    1 shot Brandy

    2 Large scoops vanilla or chocolate ice cream (my own addition) must be just soft.

    Lots of ice .

    Very tall glass and enjoy xx

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  • 1 decade ago

    Resorted back to Drinksmixer.com because 1 of the liquers changes often. (This was my fave site while I was Bartending!)

    1/3 shot Kahlua® coffee liqueur Pour in first.

    1/3 shot amaretto almond liqueur Pour in second.

    1/3 shot Bailey's® Irish cream Pour in last.

    The trick to this shot is a steady hand and pouring the heaviest liquer into the glass first. Sometimes puring the liquer over the back of a spoon very slowly helps to maintain the layered effect. If you aren't able to keep the layers it still tastes good it's just not as pretty. Happy New Year!

    Source(s): http://www.drinksmixer.com/drink487.html and personal bartending experience.
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  • 1 decade ago

    There are many ways to make it, here's one way:

    1/3 shot Kahlua

    1/3 shot Amaretto

    1/3 shot Bailey's irish cream

    Go here for the others

    www.webtender.com

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hmmm, things must have changed since I last visited a bar.

    The one that an old timer like me know of is

    1/2 oz Kahlua

    1/2 oz Bailey's

    1/4 oz Grand Marnier

    Poured in that order into a tall shot glass in visible layers.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Carefully layer ingredients, in order, into a shot glass; kahlua, amaretto, then irish cream.

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