Cement Mixer (drink)

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A cement mixer is a shot drink. It often consists of:

The drink is traditionally ingested by taking the shot of Bailey's, holding it in the mouth, then sipping the lime juice and mixing both liquids either by swirling them around in the mouth or shaking the head.[1] The drink may also be combined as a layered shot, as the lime juice is less dense than most brands of Irish Cream.

The acidic lime juice causes the cream-based Bailey's to curdle. The curdled Bailey's does not taste sour, but it does rapidly gain viscosity and stick to the drinker's teeth, reminiscent of cement. For a sweeter taste, two shot glasses, one of lemonade and one of Bailey's, can be used.

In the The Supersizers Eat... The Eighties episode, presenters (Giles Coren and Sue Perkins) graphically demonstrate the effect of drinking the Cement mixer cocktail.[clarification needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas, Steve (9 April 2016). "Meet the Mixologist at Harpoon Harry's". Panana City News Herald. Retrieved 30 June 2016.