Heath Bar Cocktail

This grown-up take on a candy bar features a sweet mix of Irish cream, cognac and coffee and hazelnut liqueur.
By: Gage Cass
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Ingredients:

Chocolate Heath Bar Cocktail

Chocolate Heath Bar Cocktail

This grown-up take on a candy bar features a sweet mix of Irish cream, cognac, and coffee and hazelnut liqueur. Top it off with a freshly shaved Heath bar creating a sweet holiday treat.

Cognac
Coffee liqueur
Almond liqueur
Irish cream
Chocolate for garnish

Preparation:

Fill a shaker with ice, pour in 2 ounces of cognac, add equal parts of a coffee liqueur, an almond flavored liqueur and an Irish cream. Shake it all together and strain it into shot glasses. Garnish with shavings of chocolate.

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