• Tuesday on Jasmine


Its our first December Toast to Tuesday! As you can see, we love all things holly, jolly and merry! This festive beverage can be made into a drink over ice, or, as we featured below - a simple shot!

Every Christmas season, we hold a special event that you will soon learn about. This year, one of our Jasmine ladies had to feature desserts at the event, and pair it with a Christmas beverage. With this in mind, we opted to do a shot since this was the end of the event and bellies would be full. This cinnamon roll shot was absolutely perfect. We adapted the recipe from Delish and you can find that here.

Even if you absolutely hate fireball, you will LOVE it in this shot. The A&W Root beer (we chose the sugar free option) makes an excellent combo that taste like you are drinking dessert!

2 cinnamon roll shots topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with ground cinnamon sit on a red shiny star plate with Christmas tree branches next to them.

INGREDIENTS (makes 4 shots)

The ingredients for the cinnamon roll shot, A&W brand root beer, Fireball, whipped cream and ground cinnamon. 2 tall shot glasses with the Tuesday on Jasmine logo sit in front of the Cinnamon Roll shot ingredients.


  1. Measure 4 oz of fireball , pour into mason jar

  2. Measure 8 oz of root beer, pour into same jar

  3. Put the lid on the jar and give it a swirl to combine (do not shake)

  4. Pour into 4 shot glasses

  5. Top with a dollop of whipped cream

  6. Sprinkle with cinnamon

2 cinnamon roll shots poured into tall Tuesday on Jasmine shot glasses, with whipped cream and ground cinnamon sprinkled on top. The shots sit in front of the ingredients of the cocktail, Fireball and Rootbeer

This shot was delicious! It was the perfect amount of sweet and savory. When looking for ideas for this holiday shot we wanted something lighter than what a lot of the recipes call for. With just 2 main ingredients this was one of the few that didn't include a creamy liquor and was so simple . It also would still be incredible without the whip cream if you wanted to make it dairy free.


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