Golden Elk

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Golden Elk
Primary alcohol by volume
Standard drinkware
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Shot glass
Commonly used ingredients

A Golden Elk is a shooter that is made with two parts Jägermeister and one part Goldschläger.[1] It has also been called a "Starry Night" or "24 Karat Nightmare".

The name Golden Elk is derived from the gold in Goldschläger and the image of the stag that appears on bottles of Jägermeister.

A Liquid Cocaine is a shooter that is a variation of the Golden Elk. It is made with one part Jägermeister, one part Goldschläger, and one part Bacardi 151. It may be shaken with ice, or not.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Starry Night Shot Drink Recipe". Retrieved 6 November 2010.