Today we’re going to show you How To Make The Alaskan Duck Fart shooter recipe. This is a shot made famous to many people on Deadliest Catch. However, the Alaskan Duck Fart is not a new creation, but it does have origins in Alaska.
The Alaskan Duck Fart Shot:
The Alaskan Duck fart was invented in Alaska, so the saying goes. It said to have been invented by at a Peanut Farm in Alaska by Dave Schmidt in 1987. A women walked into the bar and ordered a shot of tequila, then a B52…then they started experimenting and this creation was born (a riff off the B52).
While the B-52 brings Grand Marnier, the Alaskan Duck Fart sticks with Canadian Whiskey, of course. You do layer this cocktail however you don’t have to be too proper with the layering; the irish cream and coffee liqueur will layer easily, the whiskey will mix a bit with the irish cream which gives more “duck poop” like effect or…the duck fart.
A product of the 80’s, there is no doubt Deadliest Catch and the late captain Phil Harris had a lot to do with its growth in popularity over the last ten years or so. But, one thing is certain, the Alaskan Duck Fart is an actual tasty little shooter!
Alaskan Duck Fart
– 1/2 oz. Coffee Liqueur
– 1/2 oz. Irish Cream
– 1/2 oz. Canadian Whiskey
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