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Cornish Pasty Co.'s Irish Car Bomb

Stephanie at Cornish Pasty Co. in Tempe,  didn't invent this drunken Irish lad staple, but she says it's a regular go-to for the pastie-eating elite. 


She warns that there's a science to taking this shot and it doesn't involve being a big girl. 

Her advice: Plop that puppy in, don't be afraid to get a little whiskey in your eye, and chug-a-lug like Irish men Tempe hip-kids do.

Name: Irish Car Bomb

Ingredients: Half a mug of Guinness and a shooter full of Jameson and Bailey's.

Flavor: Surprisingly (and dangerously) delicious, it kinda tastes like a chocolate milkshake.

Price: $3

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