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This starry night shot recipe is super simple two ingredient alcoholic drink and can be made as a shot or even a cocktail and tastes like cinnamony cough syrup in my personal opinion, but not bad as a shooter.
The Jägermeister makes the night part of this drink. And the Goldschläger cinnamon schnapps makes the stars in the night sky.
It’s actually pretty tasty and nice to look at. It reminds me of someone pouring some drink glitter into this with the gold floating all around.
To chill or not is up to you, but the original recipe doesn’t require it. Although I would if I were making a proper cocktail out of this.
Starry Night Shot
This can be served either in a shot glass as a shooter or a martini glass for some class.
- 3/4 oz Jagermeister® herbal liqueur
- 3/4 oz Goldschlager® cinnamon schnapps
- Grab a shot glass and the two alcohols.
- Fill the glass with half Jagermeister and half Goldschlager.
This recipe is for a shot in a oone and a half oun shot glass. To make a cocktail, use one ounce of each ingredient.
Starry Night Cocktail
If you want this as a cocktail, use a Martini glass and use a full ounce of each liquor. Use a shaker with just a few cubes of ice and give it a quick shake then strain. This is a classy looking drink in a Martini glass with the leaves of gold floating around in the drink.
There is no garnish needed for this in either form.