Hump Day Quickie Cocktail #19: Toasted Coconut!

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Happy Hump Day, readers!

We’ve got an extra special quickie cocktail for you today! Why is it extra special, you ask? Because it is extra delicious!

It is also special because it takes us back to our roots with our very first quickie cocktail!

Are you ready for it?

A long, long time ago, in a far away place, we gave you our recipe for the Ginger Snap, an amazing combo of Stoli vanilla vodka and ginger ale to quench your thirst and sooth your mind.

But we have been remiss, because we also make a variation on that drink that is even. more. delectable.

How could we have kept it from you for so long? Honestly, we don’t know, and we will beg your forgiveness for its tardiness — but the recipe is here now so all is right with the world.

So, without further ado, for the Toasted Coconut you will need:

  • 2 oz Stoli Vanil
  • 3/4 oz Malibu Coconut Liqueur
  • 4-6 oz ginger ale

As always when the Malibu Coconut shows up, we ask you not to judge until you try. This drink is amazing, don’t let the ingredients scare you off. 

Gather your ingredients, your jiggers, a bar spoon, and your serving glass.

First, add ice to your serving glass. Since this is a quickie cocktail, we are making it directly in the serving glass.

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Measure out your 2 oz of Stoli Vanil, and pour it in.

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Now add in your ginger ale. Nearly top off the glass, but leave a little room for the coconut liqueur.

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Now top it all with the 3/4 oz of Malibu Coconut.

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Give it a quick stir!

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And enjoy!

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We worship at the alter of this drink, and we think you are about to join us.

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Cheers!

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