Specific Gravity Table

Having problems layering shooters? This table should help you on your quest to become competent at layering different alcohols. Each alcohol has its own weight, or Specific Gravity Value. These values tell you in what order that you should pour them. As described in the layering section, you must pour the heaviest liquors first, or the liquors with the largest value. 0.94 would be the lightest in the table and 1.18 would be the heaviest. The table is not complete so if you have any others to add, please let us know.
Alcohol Type Specific

Kirsch 0.94
Southern Comfort 0.97
Tuaca 0.98
Water 1.00
Green Chartreuse 1.01
Cointreau 1.04
Peach Liquor 1.04
Sloe Gin 1.04
Peppermint Schnapps 1.04
Benedictine Brandy 1.04
Cherry Liquor 1.04
Midori Melon Liquor 1.05
Fruit Flavoured Brandies 1.06
Campari 1.06
Yellow Chartreuse 1.06
Benedictine D.O.M. 1.07
Strawberry 1.08
Drambui 1.08
Frangelico 1.08
Amaretto di Saranno 1.08
Tia Maria 1.09
Apricot Liquor 1.09
Blackberry Liquor 1.10
Blue Curacao 1.10
Galliano 1.11
Parfait d'Amour 1.11
White and Green Creme de Menthe 1.12
Coffee Liquor 1.13
Maraschino Liqueur 1.13
Creme de Banana 1.14
Dark and Light Creme de Cacao 1.14
Kahlua 1.14
Goldwasser 1.14
Creme de Almond 1.16
Grenadine 1.16
Creme de Noyaux 1.16
Anisette 1.18
Grenadine 1.18
Creme de Banana 1.18
Creme de Cassis 1.18