3 Ways to Enjoy Whiskey Sour Jello Shots

A commendable way to serve and enjoy whiskey sour is through jello shots. Being creative and imaginative, whiskey sour jello shots can be a fun way to indulge in your cherished whiskey sour drink. 

Here are three ways you can enjoy.

1.GOT Party Jello 

Ingredients :

Preparations:

  1. In a small bowl, dissolve the gelatin in hot water. Let it cool for 15mins.
  2. Add orange juice and whiskey and mix together. 
  3. Pour the mixture in a silicone mold and refrigerate for 1-2 hrs
  4. Demold and cut. Garnish with plastic toothpick and coconut. 
  5. Enjoy!

Did you know? 

Gelatin are good for wrinkles!

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2. Whiskey Swimming Gummy Shots 

Ingredients:

Preparations:

  1. Soak the gummy bears with whiskey overnight. 
  2. Dissolve the gelatin with boiling water while mixing it occasionally. 
  3. Add ice and a cup of cold water. Mix. 
  4. Pour the mixture on the plastic cup. 
  5. Add the soaked gummy bears. 
  6. Top with whipped cream and more gummy bears. 
  7. Enjoy! 

Did you know? 

Nobody knows who invented whiskey! 

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3. Bird Dog Whiskey Berry Lemonade Jello Shooters 

Ingredients:

Preparations :

  1. All the lemons you got, cut them lengthwise and scoop the middle part out. 
  2. Heat Lemonade and put the gelatin and mix properly. 
  3. After a couple of minutes, add the whiskey. 
  4. Pour the mixture in the scooped lemons and refrigerate. 
  5. Slice by wedges and serve. 

Know Your Ingredients 

  • Gelatin - a colorless and flavourless collagen derived from animal products
  • Whiskey - distilled alcoholic beverage made from grain mash 
  • Lemon - yellow citrus fruit used in cooking and making cocktails

Bar Accessories 

  • Shaker - used to mix ingredients properly 
  • Silicone mold  - a mold made of silicone
  • Strainer - used to strain liquids

Enjoy the jelly goodness of whiskey! 

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