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Baby Guinness

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Meet the "Baby Guinness" shot, a playful libation that captures the essence of a classic Irish stout in a diminutive and delightful form. Despite its name, this shot doesn't contain any Guinness; instead, it cleverly mimics the appearance of the iconic pint. Comprising a base of coffee liqueur, typically Kahlua, and a crown of Irish cream, the Baby Guinness shot is a visually striking and deliciously layered concoction. Served in a small shooter glass, it's a miniature marvel that delivers the rich flavors of coffee and cream in a single, satisfying gulp. Raise a glass to the Baby Guinness, a petite shot that packs a bold and flavorful punch.

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  1. Pour the coffee liqueur into a shot glass, filling it about three-quarters full.
  2. Using the back of a spoon, gently layer the Irish cream liqueur on top of the coffee liqueur. To achieve the distinctive layered effect, pour the Irish cream slowly over the back of the spoon, allowing it to float on the surface of the coffee liqueur.

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