Articles Tagged: coconut milk

Pumpkin Martini

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People will be full after a big holiday feast, but this drink will help lighten things up… Read more

Supernatural Sip

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Ingredients:
1 part Lucid
1 part White Creme de Cocao
1 part Coconut Milk
Drizzle of Black Sambucca

Directions:
Combine Lucid, White Creme de Cocao and Coconut Milk in a shaker filled with ice.  Shake till Frothy and strain into a short rocks glass over ice.  Drizzle Black Sambucca down the side of the glass until it floats on the bottom and diffuses through the cocktail.

Courtesy of Lucid Absinthe.… Read more

Toasted Macaroon

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Ingredients:
1 oz Coconut Milk
1-1/2 oz Coconut Rum
1/4 Licor 43
1/2 oz Partida Blanco Tequila
1/2 oz Frangelico

Directions:
Combine all ingredients in a shaker and shake with ice. Strain into a glass filled with ice and garnish with toasted coconut shavings on top.

Courtesy of Partida Tequila.… Read more

Toasted Coconut Colada

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Wow. it’s cold outside. Brrr. The folks at Skyy felt these Tropical Cocktails might help us dream of warmer locales. Hard to do when you are freezing, but we appreciate the sentiment just the same. Courtesy of Skyy Infusions.… Read more

Coquito

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Coquito is an eggnog-like coconut cocktail served in Puerto Rico for Christmas. My interpretation of the drink includes cinnamon and nutmeg to combine the tropical flavors with the warm and cozy scents of traditional egg nog. It’s festive!

Some recipes I’ve seen include eggs, which I think makes the drink too rich. This recipe uses coconut milk. If you’re not sure how that is different from coconut water or cream of coconut, check out our … Read more

Ghostly Coolada

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 Created by Alex Straus, courtesy of Skyy Vodka.… Read more

What’s the Difference Between Coconut Milk and Coconut Water?

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When trying to cook or mix drinks with coconut, there can be a bit of confusion. Cartons of coconut water are showing up at grocery stores everywhere … but how are they different from what’s in the cans labeled coconut milk. And which one do you make piña coladas with? Here’s the scoop!

Coconut water

Split open a coconut and the juice you’ll find inside is the coconut water. It tastes like water that slightly … Read more

Great White

Delish! Creamy and mild, with just a little spice. Thanks, Jennifer!… Read more