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A new Rum drink called the Coconut Joy (For Vyder)

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First buy fresh coconut and shred it.

Then toast it until a very light brown.

Then put it in a plastic bag and add 1/2 tsp of fresh Vanilla oil

Mix it up real good and let it stand for about 30 minutes.

 

This is best with a dark Jamaican Rum.  

 

Put 1 ounce of Rum in a medium glass without ice

put in 1 tsp of the coconut mix

put in 1 ounce of cream or half n half

stir

add 1 ounce of fresh coconut juice

add crushed ice  do not stir

top with a small amount of fresh Orange juice

 

place straw into middle of glass and taste the Joy of Toasted Coconut Rum

 

 

 

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I don't even drink and that sounds amazing.

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I don't even drink and that sounds amazing.

Agreed!

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Too bad you could not order this up at a bar.  Don't know of any that keep fresh coconut and a toaster oven handy.

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I got the idea for this when I tasted a homemade Almond Joy that my daughter in law makes.

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As a rum lover that imbibes on rare occassions nowadays...this sounds wonderful! 

 

If you like rum, here are a few of my favs.

 

Ron Zacapa - Guatamalan Dark Rum - wonderful on ice...nothing else needed!

El Barajito - Dark Puerto Rican Rum....simply delicious on it's own or with mixers.

Don Q - Grand Anejo - a bit strong and has a kick!  MMMMM...good!

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Good lord I finally found this recipe! That sounds pretty interesting. I am not a fan of dark rum (or rather it doesnt like me lol). I usually have coconut rum with pineapple juice. I gonna have to see if someone can make this for me or I will get the ingredients and try it out when the family is home for christmas! Thanks smoke!

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