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The blended Frog is supposed to look like a Frog that was blended, I think that's the theory. It's easy to do, contains some ...
Jagermeister, green creme de menthe and bailey's irish cream.
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Welcome to the Sunday Night Shooter’s Edition of Common Man Cocktails. I'm your host Derrick Schommer. Today we’re going to create the blended frog shooter, very neat.
So we’re going to use to our frog will be the crème de menthe, or blended or everything else. We’re going to use some Jager, we’re going to use some Baileys, so what we’re going to do is one quarter of the Baileys, we’re going to do a half ounce of crème de menthe and a quarter ounce of Jager, so just a little Jager, and we’ll going to put that on one of the shot glasses somehow and it’s just going to be crazy.
And then we get the stuff over here because what we’re going to do is—can you see that as a sugar? It’s in the middle of the rimming bowl because we got shot glasses, and what we’ll do is we’re going to stick the sugar with just a little bit of grenadine I just stocked in the middle of plate. I was caught of blending the sponge like if you—. Now like a smaller jest, you can go like clean the dishes but like—I don’t know or maybe a wet—really, I couldn’t think of anything good, somebody probably already knows like, “Dude, What are you talking about?”
So what I’ll do is I'm just going to roll that right around the edge, like so and then will dip it right into the sugar and look at this cool, chunky, pretty coins ;like Christmas and I'm going to do that twice because I'm going to make a ‘his’ and ‘hers’ because you can. We got lots of sugar. There you go.
So now we’ve got the—I'm guessing this is supposed to represent the innerves of the froggy, or what not, and what I’ll then what I’ll do is I'm going to put—here we go. I'm going to do one quarter of Baileys. Do that first. Put a little in the glass. Your shot glass size may vary, but what we’re really looking at here is a very Bailey-centric drink. The rest is just for show, but sometimes the sugar—that’s the fun part I guess.
And actually we’ll use that and we’ll do the quarter ounce which I have actually a measurement for here, awesome. Pour that in there. So Jager fans, you got a new drink to work with, and for those who don’t like Jager, this is probably nothing here to really cause harm to your inner child, so you should be okay. Nobody wants to harm their inner child, and we’ll do one half ounce, so we’ll do two ounces and see what I can get out of here.
And what you’ll need to do is drip it into there. That’s why I'm using the measuring cup because it makes it a little easier to drip. Drip a little in here—oh yes, see what it’s going to do—it just kind of congealing which is a popular thing to do with Baileys, just to congeal it, it’s all kind of weird so basically your end result is something looks like this.
And I think the idea of being the more chaotic, the better, because it looks more like there was an actual frog in there blended and it’s called the blended frog, so it’s kind of what you’re going for. Want to try one? That’s for you and this one will be for me and see what this going to taste like.
You’re going to like this one. Obviously we’re not going for sour. And I'm not getting a lot of Jager, maybe a little backend herbal thing going on. Definitely the initial sugar and grenadine together, if you’re seething your mouth out for the sweetness that will then follow, and it kind of taste like girls scout cookie, the peppermint girls scout cookie, because it got that chocolatiness with the mint, that thin mint maybe then after you ate, that type of thing, I think that’s where they’re probably going with this, and then really, you could use clear crème de menthe if you have it, we have it. But it’s like—you can try to make some look like a blended frog, so there you go.
That’s your sugar the blended frog. Give that one a try, not too hard to do. I'm your host Derrick Schommer check us out on twitter, on twitter.com/everydaydrinker. We also have a Facebook fan page to search up Common Man Cocktails. I like fans that are cool. All right well, we’re teaching you how to drink.