A Scotsman In Paradise

A fun, yet refined play on the Tiki theme and the infamous Pina Colada.
2 oz Blended Scotch, Famous Grouse
34 oz Crème de Banane, Giffard
1 t Allspice Dram, St. Elizabeth
34 oz Lime juice
34 oz Pineapple juice
1 T Coconut cream, Coco López
Shake hard, fine strain, double rocks glass with crushed ice. Grated nutmeg garnish.
Coco Lopez is the most common coconut product used in cocktails. However, if you can get your hands on a high quality coconut puree, such as Perfect Puree of Napa Valley, I highly recommend adding some simple syrup to taste, and use that instead.
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1 Comment

Banana, coconut & pineapple

Banana, coconut & pineapple with whisky! It shouldn't work, but in the end is damn good. Used coco lopez and thought that was fine.