Fire in the Disco
This bona fide trailblazer is a surefire way to make the night hot.
- 1 oz Mezacl (tequila's smokey cousin)
- 1 oz Chartreuse
- 1/2 oz Yellow Chartreuse
- 1/4 oz Giffard Piment D'espelette (Chile Liqueur)
- St. George Absinthe Verte
- 1 bar spoon for each glass
Begin by adding the absinthe to a shot glass, swirl to coat, and then set aside. Combine the other ingredients into a mixing pitcher with ice cubes and stir for 30-seconds. Finally, light the absinthe with a match or long lighter to accentuate the licorice aroma.
Caution: Lighting the glass will make it extremely hot. Let the mixture cool before drinking. Then, blow out the flame and strain it into the shot glasses.