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Red Headed Slut Shot Recipe: How To Make It (2022 Updated)

Last Updated on September 14, 2022 by Lydia Martin

The Red Headed slut shot recipe, also known as the “Lindsay Lohan” or “Ginger Bitch” is a popular sexy cocktail. But brace yourselves – this drink can be deceptive due to the high alcohol content of the ingredients.

It is made with Jagermeister as its base and is considered a digestif that aids a “food coma.” A food coma happens when you feel extremely drowsy after eating too much.

This cocktail can provide great relief if you’re feeling a little bloated. Let’s learn more about this cocktail drink.

Red-Headed Slut Shot Recipe

Red-Headed Slut Shot Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients: 

  • Ice cubes
  • 2 oz. Cranberry juice
  • 1 oz. Peach schnapps
  • 1 oz. Jagermeister

Instructions: 

Add cranberry juice, peach schnapps, and Jagermeister in a cocktail shaker with ice. Then, shake all the ingredients well. This cocktail mix can be syrupy and sweet; you might want to add a little more ice to dilute it.

You can serve it in two ways: as a cocktail or as a shot. If you like it as a shot, strain the mixture and pour it into your shot glass.

But if you want it as a cocktail, pour it directly into your lowball glass. After you’ve poured the mix, depending on your serving preference, it is now ready to serve.

Serving: 1

Bar Tip:  This casual Red-headed Slut drink is excellent on its own, but for something sweeter and stronger, you can try other versions or recipes (like the Dirty Blood Red Headed Slut recipe).

What’s A Red-Headed Slut Shot?

glass of redhead slut

The Red-headed Slut is a sensual shot recipe made with Jagermeister, peach schnapps, and cranberry juice. This drink became very popular in bars among college-aged adults who were intrigued by the drink’s sexual name.

The cranberry juice that separates from the rest of the drink gives the drink its name.

The Red-headed Slut is a popular shot, to which you can reduce the measurements to 10 oz. Jagermeister, 5 oz. peach schnapps, and 15 oz. cranberry juice.

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Red-Headed Slut Shot’s Alcohol Content 

Jagermeister

The Red-headed Slut is one of the easy-drinking cocktails on the bar menu. It includes the intensely-flavored Jagermeister, a German-proof digestif with typically 35% ABV and made with herbs and spices.

Also, it contains peach schnapps that registers at 15% to 20% ABV.

How A Red-Headed Slut Shot Tastes 

The Red-headed Slut has a surprisingly tasty and very distinct flavor. The cranberry juice and peach schnapps add a sweet fruit flavor to the herbal Jagermeister, helping to balance the drink.

Like the Cactus Cooler shot and Purple Gatorade shot, this drink has several variations.

The “Lindsey Lohan” cocktail variation of the Red-headed Slut shot recipe is the most popular, which includes the flavors of Crown Royal and cranberry-flavored vodka.

Is It The Same As Fuzzy Jager Cranberry Shooter?

Fuzzy Jager Cranberry Shooter

Yes, Red-headed slut is the same as Fuzzy Jager Cranberry Shooter. This crimson shot, Fuzzy Jager, is formerly known as the Red-headed slut.

It combines the strong herbal flavor of Jäger with the sweet, fruity flavors of peach schnapps and cranberry juice.

FAQs 

How many calories does a Red-Headed Slut Shot have?

The Red-headed Slut shot contains 162 calories per shot glass. This cocktail mixture also has a total carbohydrate of 18.4 g with 0.1 g of protein.

How many shots of Red-Headed Slut will get you drunk?

It depends on several factors, but we think two to three shots of the Red-headed Slut can get you drunk. Try to limit yourself to one to two shots if you don’t want to wake up with a nasty hangover. [1]

Final Say

Despite the controversy because of its sexual name, the Red-headed Slut Shot continues to be one of the most popular drinks and recipes among college-aged adults.

It is a very interesting drink with few ingredients yet very flavorful, refreshing, and strong.

So, the next time you want to try a new cocktail, check this hot spirit out!

Reference:

  1. https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/brochures-and-fact-sheets/hangovers

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