Lost Cause

1 oz Aquavit, Krogstad
1 oz Rum, Banks 5 Island
1 oz Coconut cream, St Vincents Syrups
12 oz Lime juice
12 oz Lemon juice
2 ds Acid phosphate, Art of Drink
Combine ingredients in a shaker, add ice, shake quickly to chill. Pour over fresh shaved ice in a snow cone. Garnish with a lemon and cherry flag
Created 4/12 in LA
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This does sound crazy, but

This does sound crazy, but plausible. Call Mythbusters.

Re the <a href="http://stvincentsyrups.com/products.php">St. Vincent Syrups Coconut "cream"</a>. From the website, it sounds closer to a syrup, and it does not sound like Coco Lopez would be an adequate substitute. Or maybe Coco Lopez plus some Velvet Falernum?

<cite>This is beautiful collaboration of ginger, clove, and cardamom infused into a mixture of water, coconut cream, and cane sugar. Great for creating lighter style mocktails and cocktails with some strong flavor and a nice creamy texture.</cite>