1 oz Aperol
1 oz Coffee liqueur (J Rieger Caffé Amaro)
Instructions

Shake handedly with ice, double strain to old fashioned up... or over a single large ice cube if you want to extend it out a bit.

Notes

Very easy to drink. Reminds me of a cross between a Kingston Negroni and a Jungle Bird. Strong, sweet (but not too sweet depending on the ripeness of the pineapple), velvety, bitter back end, complex.

History

The cocktail's name is a riff on the Paper Plane. Patwa (aka Patois or Patwah) refers to Jamaican Creole, and sounds like 'paper.' Mokulele is Hawaiian for 'plane' or 'island hopper'.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Ian Lacy, home, Kansas City, (USA)
Year
2020
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author's original creation
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  • Not tasty, no citrus — ★★
  • Mahalo — ★★★★★
  • I really, really like the bitter hit of the CaffĂ© Amaro in this one that creeps up right at the end of every sip. — ★★★★★
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