Coconut Clouds

 

This tart and milky cocktail is light enough to have a few, but creamy enough as the perfect dessert.

Recipe inspired by The Good Drink by Colleen Jeffers.

 

2 oz. Fid Street Gin

1 oz. cream of coconut

¾ oz. fresh squeezed lime juice

¼ tsp rosewater

blackberries

Garnish: blackberries and rosemary sprig

 

Muddle one blackberry in the bottom of a rocks glass and add crushed ice. Shake all remaining ingredients, except garnishes, with ice in shaker for 5 seconds only. Pour over the crushed ice and stir. Add more crushed ice and top with blackberries and rosemary sprig. Straw is recommended. Tip: Make sure to use “cream of coconut”, not “coconut cream”.

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FID Street Gin 45% ABV / 90 Proof.

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Coconut Clouds

 

This tart and milky cocktail is light enough to have a few, but creamy enough as the perfect dessert.

Recipe inspired by The Good Drink by Colleen Jeffers.

 

2 oz. Fid Street Gin

1 oz. cream of coconut

¾ oz. fresh squeezed lime juice

¼ tsp rosewater

blackberries

Garnish: blackberries and rosemary sprig

 

Muddle one blackberry in the bottom of a rocks glass and add crushed ice. Shake all remaining ingredients, except garnishes, with ice in shaker for 5 seconds only. Pour over the crushed ice and stir. Add more crushed ice and top with blackberries and rosemary sprig. Straw is recommended. Tip: Make sure to use “cream of coconut”, not “coconut cream”.

Coconut Clouds

 

This tart and milky cocktail is light enough to have a few, but creamy enough as the perfect dessert.

Recipe inspired by The Good Drink by Colleen Jeffers.

 

2 oz. Fid Street Gin

1 oz. cream of coconut

¾ oz. fresh squeezed lime juice

¼ tsp rosewater

blackberries

Garnish: blackberries and rosemary sprig

 

Muddle one blackberry in the bottom of a rocks glass and add crushed ice. Shake all remaining ingredients, except garnishes, with ice in shaker for 5 seconds only. Pour over the crushed ice and stir. Add more crushed ice and top with blackberries and rosemary sprig. Straw is recommended. Tip: Make sure to use “cream of coconut”, not “coconut cream”.

Coconut Clouds

 

This tart and milky cocktail is light enough to have a few, but creamy enough as the perfect dessert.

Recipe inspired by The Good Drink by Colleen Jeffers.

 

2 oz. Fid Street Gin

1 oz. cream of coconut

¾ oz. fresh squeezed lime juice

¼ tsp rosewater

blackberries

Garnish: blackberries and rosemary sprig

 

Muddle one blackberry in the bottom of a rocks glass and add crushed ice. Shake all remaining ingredients, except garnishes, with ice in shaker for 5 seconds only. Pour over the crushed ice and stir. Add more crushed ice and top with blackberries and rosemary sprig. Straw is recommended. Tip: Make sure to use “cream of coconut”, not “coconut cream”.

Coconut Clouds

 

This tart and milky cocktail is light enough to have a few, but creamy enough as the perfect dessert.

Recipe inspired by The Good Drink by Colleen Jeffers.

 

2 oz. Fid Street Gin

1 oz. cream of coconut

¾ oz. fresh squeezed lime juice

¼ tsp rosewater

blackberries

Garnish: blackberries and rosemary sprig

 

Muddle one blackberry in the bottom of a rocks glass and add crushed ice. Shake all remaining ingredients, except garnishes, with ice in shaker for 5 seconds only. Pour over the crushed ice and stir. Add more crushed ice and top with blackberries and rosemary sprig. Straw is recommended. Tip: Make sure to use “cream of coconut”, not “coconut cream”.