Aftershock Liqueur Reviews
Product Type: Jim Beam's Liqueur
Description:Brand: Jim Beam's / Type: Liqueur / Aftershock is a liqueur drink produced in Canada by Jim Beam Brands and distributed ... more
Aftershock Liqueur ... by Munson Shaw Co. of Deerfield, Illinois. It has a thick, syrupy consistency and is available in five varieties: Red (Hot & Cool Cinnamon), Blue (Deep Cool Citrus), Black (Cranberry), Silver (Apple), and Green (Thermal Bite Aniseed).
Newest Review: ... electric blue and a hue of red that looks remarkably like the stuff the dentist gives you to swill out your numbed, bleeding mouth after heavy root work. This stuff first appeared around 15 years or so ago, and will forever be attached in my mind, along with songs by Cascada, sticky floors, and shrieking orange girls, of nights out that I'd reluctantly ended up on, wishing that I'd stayed in ... more
by BBI - written on 07/03/14
I have been introduced to a very nice cocktail made with Aftershock: 1 part vodka plus 1 part aftershock, shake with lots of ice cubes in a shaker, put in a martini glass, then top up with lemonade and champagne. Very nice! It is called Bexley Boris Breezeblock, apparently, after the Mayor of London...
by - written on 10/07/13, updated on 11/07/13 (Very useful, 200 readings)
In Star Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi wisely stated 'your eyes can deceive you, don't trust them', sometimes your visual senses are capable of stepping up to the mark and pointing out immediate danger to you. While eschewing first impressions and retaining a healthy skepticism can often stand you in good stead, oncoming traffic, crates marked 'Explosives', black and yellow animals... all of these should be immediately obvious as dangerous stuff not to be meddled with. I'd add Aftershock to that list. A liquid that looks like windscreen washer fluid just seems wrong to drink. Aftershock comes in lurid, day-glo colours of bright turquoise and electric blue and a hue of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/13 (Useful, 249 readings)
Being a full time student, it would not be hard to believe that I've had my fair share of shots! Aftershock is by far my favourite shot out there. It's percentage is 40% in strength (80 proof), so it's up there with the best of them. Although it is the same alcoholic percentage as other generic shots such as Sambuca and Taquila, it does not have the same harshness to it. The after taste (in my opinion) is actually quite nice... Aftershock comes in 5 flavours, which can all be distinguished by the colour of the bottle and are as follows. Spiced Berry - Black Electric Taste - Silver Fizzy Orange - Orange Hot Cinnamon - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Aftershock is a liqueur drink that is usually used as a shot, though can be mixed with other drinks in cocktails and other concoctions. I do not usually like to drink shots, but when I do I usually pick up the Red Aftershock as I like the taste of cinnamon and also most of my friends enjoy it, so it is a shot that we can all enjoy together. Flavours Available You can buy a range of different flavours of Aftershock, these include: Red- Cinnamon Blue- Citrus Black- Spiced Berry Silver- Electric Taste Orange- Orange Taste I so far have only really tried the red and blue aftershock, I am not a fan of the blue one as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
After Shock is the shot I drink the most when I am out. I think this is more to do with the fact that when you are in a group of people and someone goes to the bar to buy a round of shots After Shock is a safe bet as most people will drink it whereas lots of people won't drink shots of vodka or tequila. That's not to say that it is pleasant tasting as it isn't really and the name is definitely apt as it really does have quite the kick. After Shock now comes in a few different flavours including cinnamon, berry, orange and citrus but most people just usually ask for them by colour rather than flavour as they all taste pretty vile to be honest. No ... Read the complete review
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