How to Make a Smartie Drink

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How to Make a Smartie Drink
Smarties drinks are served in shot glasses. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Bars and pubs have traditionally offered beer, wine and liquor; however, many establishments are now turning to a new type of mixed drink crafted by a new type of bartender. The "mixologist" is a bartender who specialises in crafting drinks made with a variety of liquors, juices and liqueurs to create unique flavours. These drinks often taste like something else, typically a sweet fruit, candy or dessert. The Smartie drink is a shot designed to taste like the small, sweet, fruity Smarties candies.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • 56.7gr. grape schnapps
  • 59.1ml. melon liqueur
  • 4 shot glasses
  • Drink shaker and strainer
  • Ice

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Fill the drink shaker 2/3 full of ice. Place 4 shot glasses in a line on a flat surface. Chilling the shaker with ice as you prepare the shot glasses allows it to become cold enough to chill the drinks.

  2. 2

    Pour 59.1ml. of grape schnapps into the drink shaker.

  3. 3

    Pour 56.7gr. of melon liqueur into the drink shaker. Place the lid back on the drink shaker.

  4. 4

    Shake to mix the grape schnapps and melon liqueur.

  5. 5

    Remove the lid of the drink shaker and place the strainer on top of the shaker.

  6. 6

    Pour the drink through the strainer into the shot glasses. Each glass should be filled with 29.6ml. of the Smarties drink.

Tips and warnings

  • If a drink shaker is not available, simply stir the ingredients together, remove the ice and pour into the glasses.
  • Chilling the liqueurs prior to use will eliminate the need for ice.
  • Ensure alcoholic beverages are consumed only by persons of the legal age.

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