Lady of Singapore | Cocktail Party

Lady of Singapore

Lady of Singapore cocktail with aged rum, pineapple juice, lime juice, cream of coconut, sweet cream, and grenadine

The Lady of Singapore is a 60s-era recipe from the famous Kon-Tiki Restaurant, documented in Jeff “Beachbum” Berry’s Sippin’ Safari. It’s a rare creamy tiki cocktail, gently tart and sweet, and has a beautiful pink hue we like to show off in a goblet, rather that hide away in a typical tiki mug.

Ingredients

Instructions

Blend all ingredients with a half-cupful of crushed ice, or else shake with ice and strain into a goblet or tiki mug filled with crushed ice. Garnish with lime wheels, pineapple wedges, edible flowers, or any other tropical decoration.

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