snow cone shot

Are you searching for a fun, colorful, and unique shot to brighten up your weekend? Get ready, because I’m introducing you to the amazing Snow Cone Shot! This vibrant and delightful concoction will have you reminiscing about those warm summer days with snow cones in hand. So, let’s jump in and learn how to create this perfect party addition!

Snow Cone Shots: A Taste of Summer in Every Sip


  • 1/2 ounce BlackHaus Liquor (Blackberry Schnapps)
  • 1/2 ounce Blue Curacao
  • Splash of lemonade
  • Splash of Sprite
  • Ice

Step 1: Gather Your Tools

To create this refreshing shot, you’ll need a shaker. Don’t worry if you don’t have one—we’re college students, after all! You can easily improvise using a glass and a flat object (like a coaster or a small plate) to cover the top of the glass.

Step 2: Fill With Ice

Fill your glass or shaker halfway with ice. This will help chill your shot and create that snow cone-like consistency we’re aiming for.

Step 3: Add the Liquor

Pour 1/2 ounce of BlackHaus Liquor (blackberry schnapps) and 1/2 ounce of Blue Curacao into your glass. These two vibrant liquors will give your shot that delightful blue hue reminiscent of a refreshing snow cone.

Step 4: Splash of Flavor

Now, add a splash of lemonade and a splash of Sprite to your concoction. This will give your shot a delightful mix of sweet and tangy flavors.

Step 5: Shake It Up

Time to shake things up! With your glass covered, give the mixture a good shake to combine all the ingredients and create a frosty texture.

Step 6: Pour and Enjoy

Finally, pour your Snow Cone Shot into shot glasses, and you’re all set! Enjoy this taste of summer with friends and make your weekend a little more colorful and exciting.

Final Thoughts

There you have it, fellow college girls—a quick and easy guide to making Snow Cone Shots! These lively and tasty shots are perfect for adding a little flair to any get-together or pre-game. So gather your friends, give this recipe a try, and enjoy your weekend responsibly. Cheers!

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