Fire and Ice

A delicious recipe for Fire and Ice, with Firewater® cinnamon schnapps and Rumple Minze® peppermint liqueur. Also lists similar drink recipes.

1/2 shot Firewater® cinnamon schnapps
1/2 shot Rumple Minze® peppermint liqueur

Layer the rumple minze on top of the firewater. (as best as possible)

Serve in:
Highball Glass

Nutritional info:
(per 1 oz serving)

Calories (kcal)
Energy (kj)
0 g
11 g
0 g
0 g
11 g

0 mg
14.2 g

The Fire and Ice shot is a type of alcoholic beverage that is made by layering two different liquors with contrasting colors and flavors on top of each other in a shot glass. Typically, the bottom layer is a bright red liqueur like cinnamon schnapps, and the top layer is a clear or blue-colored liquor such as peppermint schnapps or blue curaçao.

The concept behind the Fire and Ice shot is that the two contrasting flavors and temperatures create a unique and exciting drinking experience. The bottom layer is meant to represent the “fire” with its spicy and warming flavor, while the top layer is meant to represent the “ice” with its cool and refreshing taste.

To make a Fire and Ice shot, the bartender first pours the bottom layer into a highball glass. Then, using a spoon held upside down, the bartender gently pours the top layer on top of the bottom layer. The spoon helps to slow down the pour and prevent the two layers from mixing together.

Overall, the Fire and Ice shot is a fun and visually impressive drink that is often served at parties and bars. However, it is important to consume alcohol responsibly and in moderation.

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