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Flaming Cocktail Drinks, Fire Cocktail Recipes & Theme Cocktails, Alcohol Cocktails With Flames

Updated on December 9, 2015
Flaming Cocktail Recipes
Flaming Cocktail Recipes

Fire cocktail drinks recipes.

Flaming cocktail drinks are awesome for any party or function. Fire cocktails add a touch of class as well as a fantastic visual effect. The alcohol cocktails with flames are designed only for adults and must be drunk or mixed with care.

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Using cocktail shakers for some of the flaming cocktail drinks will undoubtedly improve the visual effect and ensure a fantastic party.

Flaming Lamborghini ( Style 1 )

Ingredients

1 shot sambuca, 1 shot blue curacao, 1 shot kahlua, 1 shot Baileys Irish Cream,

Method

Pour Kahula into a small narrow glass, layer the Sambuca over the top. Pour Baileys into one shot glass and the Blue Curacao into another. Ignite the glass with the Sambuca and Kahlua in. One person quickly drinks through one or two thin straws whilst another pours in the other two shot glasses of drink just before the last of the Sambuca and Kahlua is drained.



Flaming Lamborghini ( Style 2 )

Ingredients

1 shot kahlua, 1 shot Baileys Irish Cream, 5 shots Sambuka

Method

Pour Kahlua into a small wide glass. Slowly pour Baileys into the same glass, top off with 1 shot of sambuca. Put two shots each of sambuca into two separate glasses. One man will kneel or stand above the glass with the Kahlua, Baileys and Sambuca in it, holding one of the glasses with two shots of sambuca in, in each hand. Ignite the main drinking glass on the bar / table, as the drinker begins to drink through a narrow straw, slowly pour the two glasses containing the sambuca in, into the glass on the bar.

If done correctly, the flame will ignite the falling sambuca causing the flames to rise into the air. This flaming cocktail is utterly amazing, though slightly dangerous.

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Back-draft

Ingredients

1 shot Drambuie, 1 shot Grand Marnier

Method

Pour contents into shot glass and ignite. Place hand over glass to extinguish flame and immediately place a this straw through the fingers and drink the contents. Once the contents have been drunk, remove hand and inhale the fumes for the backdraft effect.

Flaming Sky

Ingredients

1 shot campari, 2 shots brandy,1 shot lemon juice, cracked ice

Method

Warm up the brandy. Put campari and lemon juice into a cocktail shaker with cracked ice and shake. Pour the contents of the cocktail shaker into a wide glass. Ignite the brandy and slowly pour from a height of 12 inches ( 30 cm ) into the other glass. The drinker can either begin drinking through a thin straw whilst the brandy is being poured or after it has been poured. A firery cocktail drink with excellent visual effect.

Flaming Angel

Ingredients

1 shot amaretto, 1 can of beer, 1 shot 151 over-proof Bacardi or sambuca

Method

Fill a glass 3/4 full with beer. Pour the amaretto into a shooter glass and top with 151 rum or sambuca. Ignite the shooter glass and drop into the beer. Blow out the flame and down in one go. The names of flaming cocktails drinks can easily be changed to accommodate the party theme.


Original B52 Flaming Cocktail Drink

Ingredients

1 shot Baileys Irish Cream, 1 shot cointreau ( triple sec ) 1 shot Kahlua

Method

Layer Kahlua, then the Baileys Irish Cream, then Cointreau into a shot glass. Ignite and immediately insert a thin straw into the glass and drink from the bottom. Hold all drink in the mouth for 10 seconds before swallowing. Swallow then inhale through the mouth for after effect. An original cocktail with fire recipe.


Caribbean Smoked Torch Fire Cocktail

Ingredients

1 shot brandy, 1/2 shot melon liqueur, 1/2 shot raspberry liqueur, 1/2 shot white rum, 1/2 shot dark rum, 1/2 shot over-proof rum ( 151 ) 1 shot cranberry juice, 1 shot orange juice, 1 shot pineapple juice.

Method

Pour all the ingredients except the over-proof rum into a cocktail shaker, add 4 cubes of ice and shake vigorously. Pour over-proof rum into a snifter glass and ignite. Slowly tilt the snifter glass and rotate until the flame goes out. Pour the contents of the cocktail shaker into the snifter. If this is done correctly, an aromatic cloud should temporary appear.


Test Tube Baby

Ingredients

1 shot white rum, 1 shot Absinthe, 1 shot Baileys Irish Cream

Method

Pour the baileys into the test tube, add the rum, float the absinthe on top. Ignite and let burn for 5 seconds, blow out flame and down in one go. Depending on the size of the test tube used, alter the amounts of the ingredients accordingly.

This is a fantastic flaming cocktail drink icebreaker and will soon get the party going, the visual effect is excellent and all party goers will love it.


Flaming Slammer

Ingredients

1 shot brandy, 1 shot ouzo, 1 shot 151 over-proof rum or sambuca

Method

Pour the ingredients into a shot glass and set on fire. Quickly, place hand over glass to extinguish flame, keeping the hand on top of the glass, use the other hand to lift the glass and slam on the table, drink immediately.

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Please feel free to add your own flaming cocktail recipes in the comments box below.

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    • shin_rocka04 profile image

      shin_rocka04 

      6 years ago from Maryland

      Anything with 151 is just cruisin' for a bruisin'. LOL. I like these flaming cocktails, though. Good stuff.

    • JeniferD profile image

      JeniferD 

      6 years ago from Sin City Nevada

      I have to tell you, I HATE licorice. I'll stick with my basic demons; vodka, Bacardi 151, and Scotch. Although I do keep a nice variety of liqueurs on hand.

    • ScottiesRock profile image

      ScottiesRock 

      6 years ago from Eastern PA

      Sounds fun! Can't wait to try it.

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      Adam Finan 

      7 years ago from Worldwide

      Sambuca, kahlua, baileys and blue curacao!? sounds like a dangerous mix!!!

    • Matt Stark profile image

      Matt Stark 

      7 years ago from Albany, CA

      Can't wait to try the test tube baby. Great hub!

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