Ice Shot Glass Oyster Shooters




Introduction: Ice Shot Glass Oyster Shooters

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These Ice shot glasses are the perfect vehicle for your favorite shot!  I'm a big oyster fan so this was a no brainer. I've had a few oyster shooters in my days, but none are comparable to these with a fresh cold ice glass to keep the oysters perfectly chilled. 

Not an oyster fan? No worries! Fill the shot glass with your favorite liquor and bottoms up!

Ice Shot Glass Mold or DIY Ice Shot Glass

Kettle One

Stirrings Simple Bloody Mary Mix

Four freshly shucked oysters

Lime wedges for garnish


Fill each ice shot glass mold with 1/4 cup water. Put top's on the mold and place in freezer for two hours or until frozen.

In the meantime, make the bloody mary shooter mix. Pour four jigs of Stirrings Bloody Mary mix and two jigs of Kettle One into a measuring cup and stir to combine. Place the mix in a container and store in the frige until shot glasses are ready. 

Once the shot glass are ready, place the mold bottom side down under warm water. If the water is too hot, the shot glasses will crack. The glases should easily fall out. Place them back in the freezer until you are ready to serve them. The ice melts rather quickly. 

Place an oyster in the bottom of each shot glass and fill the top of the shot glass with the bloody mary mix. Garnish with a lime & one, two, three, SHOOT! 


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    7 years ago on Introduction

    This was the first way I'd ever tried an oyster (minus the shot glass made of ice). I took the shot and spit the oyster right back out into the glass, thoroughly embarrassing the company I was in. I don't know what I was expecting. But then I picked it out of the glass and ate it. Now I love oysters.


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Lol! I'm glad you were brave enough to pick it out of the glass and eat it. I can't remember my first oyster experience but I'm sure it was similar. :) For first time oysters tasters, a shooter's a good way to go.