They say what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. If you’re looking for a drink that embodies this philosophy, let me introduce you to the Vegas Bomb. A traditional bomb shot made with Red Bull, Crown Royal, and a few other ingredients, the Vegas Bomb shooter will put you in a mood to party as if you were already in Las Vegas.
- 8 oz Red Bull
- ⅔ oz Crown Royal Canadian whiskey
- ⅔ oz Malibu coconut rum
- ⅔ oz peach schnapps
- Splash cranberry juice
In a double shot glass, add Crown Royal, Malibu, peach schnapps and cranberry juice. Drop this shot into Red Bull and chug! Repeat as desired.
Like so many other bomb shots, the Vegas Bomb recipe is built for speed. It only takes about to prep and of total time to enjoy this slightly fruity bomb shot. Because of the deceiving potency and great taste, the Vegas Bomb is a great drink to add to your bartending arsenal.
The Vegas Bomb is the very definition of party fuel. The Red Bull will give you energy, while the Crown Royal and rum slowly go to work on eroding your sobriety. The cranberry juice and peach schnapps are what really shine through in the mix however, and give the Vegas Bomb its unique taste. Men and women will enjoy this drink equally, as it has something to offer everyone.
I added 2 cups of Crown Royal 2 cups of Malibu and 2 cups of Peachtree…… How much cranberry would I add to that
Bartending resources list a splash as an eighth of an ounce.
(Two-thirds ounce * 23.88) = 2 cups.
One-eighth of an ounce = 0.125 ounce.
Bay the same ratio, (0.125 * 23.88) = 2.985 ounces,
So about 3 ounces of cranberry.
If you used 2 cups each of Crown, PeachTree, and Malibu, 3 ounces of cranberry, you’ll need about 191 ounces of Red Bull = or about 23 of the smallest size cans to make this party sized Vegas Bomb.
Great it with crown apple!
I’ll have to try that. The Apple flavored Crown Royal is great.
Love your website!!!
Made a few drinks for a radioshow off what you did!!!
They loved it, keep doing what you do!!!
I wanna try your Vegas Bomb
Thanks friend! Appreciate the support.