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Flaming Dr. Pepper®

Prep. Time: 0:05
Serves: 1

8 oz. draft beer
1 1/4 oz. amaretto
1/4 oz. Bacardi
® 151° rum

-Pour beer into a pint glass; set aside.
-Pour amaretto into a shot glass, then pour rum on top.
-Hold a flame to the top of the shot glass to light the rum.
-Carefully drop the shot glass into the beer.

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(1) Visitor Comment:

  • I served these many times years ago. As I recall, there were three liquers in addition to the 151. Everything went into a shot glass, so we used a highball glass for the beer and only filled it high enough to cover the shot glass (and extinguish the flame). I believe the shot glass contained equal parts of Kahlua, Amaretto, and Creme de Cacao, with a 151 float on top. Lighting it is easy; getting it to the highball without catching the bar on fire is a bit more challenging!

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