The rare gin-based Tiki drink.
|1⁄2||oz||Passion fruit syrup|
Blend with a cup of ice until smooth. Pour unstrained into a Pilsner glass or other tall glass.
I've found that a softer gin works well when shaking rather than blending. The orgeat can result in an unpleasantly musky nose in this drink if shaken; to avoid, omit the syrup or blend with lots of ice as in the original instructions.
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From other users
- Tasty and easy going. I wondered if it would be too sweet and it might have been by a little. Might be worth trying to shave the passionfruit back and boost the lemon a touch.
- Made per Smuggler's Cove recipe, with 3/4 oz lemon juice and shaken/strained cocktail rather than blended. Very tasty
- Easy on the Orgeat
- Light but delicious
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