A common alcoholic shot offered in Mauritius - usually composed of kahula, triple sec and baileys layered (known to the western world as a b52).
The difference is the way in which this drink is drank, a small amount of the drink is placed on your and lit on fire, by the time the flame dies out you should've finished your shot and usually have a red cheek at the end!
Two Jagriti's please!
May I have a cheek burning Jagriti please?
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