Quick Answer: What Does An Irish Car Bomb Taste Like??

Bready and crisp, the beer gives a normally sweet whiskey some needed edge.

Or pour your shot in a half-and-half: Try Guinness floated on Rogue’s tangy Irish lager, brewed with slightly sour grains to match the stout’s infamous bite.

Why is it called a car bomb?

Origin. The “Irish” in the name refers to the drink’s Irish ingredients; typically Guinness stout, Baileys Irish Cream, and Jameson Irish Whiskey. The term “car bomb” combines reference to its “bomb shot” style as well as the noted car bombings of Northern Ireland’s Troubles.

What do you call an Irish Car Bomb?

It’s called the “Irish Car Bomb” and it’s simply a “bomb” drink that combines a shot of Jameson (topped with Bailey’s) and a half pint of Guinness.

Is ordering an Irish car bomb offensive?

The Irish Car Bomb is a variation of a shot Oat created called the Grandfather, made from a simple mix of Baileys Irish Cream and Kahlua. Later he added Jameson to the shot and renamed the drink “IRA.” The quickest way to get thrown out of a pub (or get a black eye) in Ireland is to order an Irish Car Bomb.

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