THE PAINKILLER #painkiller#orange

THE PAINKILLER #painkiller#orange


These Painkiller Cocktails satisfy their name. They certainly remove your agony in spite of the fact that I don't know whether that is because of the liquor actually desensitizing your torment, or the way that they are SO GOOD that you can't in any way, shape or form stay tragic or distraught while you're drinking them. 

The morning subsequent to experiementing with this beverage and giving it a shot on my companions, I got the accompanying content. 

This is my favored beverage when I go eat on the shoreline. I cherish coconut in any case, and joined with rum and pineapple juice, I'm in complete paradise. 

I had a pineapple that was leaking juice everywhere on my counter, which is never a decent sign. I cut into it, and understood that basically the entire base half had turned sour, and I would need to do some inventive slicing to rescue the usable pieces of the best half. 

Part of the way through, I chose to imbue some rum for some kind of superb beverage creation TBD. I tossed the pieces in a vast bricklayer container, poured in my rum and let it be for a few days. 

When I wound up with toasted coconut remaining from the Samoa Rice Krispie Treat Bars, I knew EXACTLY what drink I was going to attempt and reproduce utilizing my mixed rum. These beverages are a little cut of paradise that in the event that you aren't cautious, can abandon you feeling like an entire lotta damnation.

THE PAINKILLER #painkiller#orange

  • 4 oz rum
  • 3 oz. pineapple-orange juice
  • 1 oz. creme de coconut
  • ice
  • nutmeg
  • toasted coconut, optional for garnish

  1. In a cocktail shaker, combine the rum, juice and coconut with ice. Shake vigorously to mix, then pour into a cocktail glass. Sprinkle with nutmeg and serve.

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