hatrickpatrick wrote: »
I've never made one of these before, hence the ignorance I have a bottle of Baileys and a bottle of Tia Maria, I assumed it was as simple as pouring the Tia Maria first and pouring the Baileys - over an upturned spoon - on top of that. However, the resulting concoction mixed the Baileys into the Tia Maria in a "streaked" or clouded formation, as opposed to the Baileys sitting neatly separated on top of the Tia Maria as I've seen in bars etc.
What exactly am I doing wrong and how can I rectify this?
(NB: The resulting shots tasted absolutely incredible, they just didn't look like the classic Baby Guinness
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Rows Grower wrote: »
Sounds like you are doing it right, pour the Baileys very slowly.