Who says Jell-O Shots have to end at college? These tried and true party drinks are fun, easy to make and instant crowd pleasers. Pro tip: Jell-O Shots are a blank canvas for creativity so mix it up with different colors, flavors and shapes. Your friends will love them.
It takes a steady hand to make this layered shot.
Añejo tequila and spicy chili powder give a kick to this spiked hot chocolate.
Please, have a fire extinguisher handy.
Spike your Jewish Penicillin with a shot of gin.
Whoa: applejack, cider and a shot of stock.
The wacky ’80s Jäger shot gets a little more civilized.
Born in the 1970s during the days of disco, the Kamikaze is an easy-to-make shooter that's perfect for knocking back quickly and getting the party started. While there are many variations of this pre-game favorite, this rendition has a citrus-dominatiing flavor that will have you back on the dance floor in no time. No chaser needed.
Go old-school with this straightforward whiskey and beer concoction.
Add tequila to spicy Mexican hot chocolate and you'll get this delicious shot recipe.
This tequila shot recipe is perfect for the holidays.
Hollywood bartender Chris Hewes would serve this spicy absinthe-based shot to a movie star who didn't win an Oscar.
According to cocktail historian David Wondrich, the Rusty Nail made its first appearance in 1937—and it wasn't long before it became a classic. Don't worry; there's no need for a tetanus shot after drinking one of these.
Believed to have originated in the 1970 by a bartender and fan of the iconic band, the B-52 is classic guilty pleasure armed with three liqueurs. Make this layered shooter in seconds and impress all your friends.
The classic tequila shot gets a master mixologist’s upgrade.
Remember the glamorous days of old Hollywood with this creation of '40s gossip columnist Hedda Hopper.
Fire up a traditional tequila shot with a little hot sauce.
All the flavors of a Margarita are distilled down into this tasty shot.
If only the precipitation in the United States was this delicious…
Tropical fruit, crème de cacao and fine tequila will please your palate.
A dressed-up tequila shot that’s ready to go out.
Contrary to what most may believe, the Irish Car Bomb was actually created in Connecticut during the late 1970s. With the same formula as the popular Jäger Bomb, making an Irish Car Bomb is easy. Grab a pint and detonate this guilty pleasure.
A cold glass of iced tea with a shot of spiced rum, perfect for sipping on the porch.