I`m a bit late to the party with this post, i blame it on the working-week…but for this booo weekend i have a rum-barrel type of tiki drink served in a for the theme black pineapple.
I`m making it with – well you may have guessed it – rum – and after the UK rumfest one could believe i`d be tired of rum but no no no…thatÂ´s not the case, and i donÂ´t think that`ll ever happen..
There`s a so much spooky drinks out there that i really didnÂ´t know what to make…should i carve out a pumpkin or make a flaming drink? well i already did that last year, so no…Should i make a blood-red vampire type of drink?
I had no clue…but then i saw that nice pineapple in the shop and decided to paint it black and use as vessel for a heavy tiki drink that should quench the thirst at least for folks who likes exotic rum drinks.
This is grown-up treat:
Not that this pineapple looks very spooky at all…it rather looks grilled…:-) So scoop out a pineapple and paint it black.
Muddle a handful of pineapple pieces with 0.5 oz butter-cinnamon syrup mix in shaker and add:
1 oz dark rum
1 oz rhum agricole
2-3 dashes Black Walnut Bitters (Fees)
0.5 oz fresh lime
Shake hard with ice and double strain into the pineapple filled with crushed ice and if you wish, top with a little Ting.Â Float Lemon Hart151
Garnish with something fun.
BUTTER-CINNAMON SYRUP MIX
Make cinnamon syrup by adding equal parts demerara sugar and water in a pan and heat to dissolve the sugar. Add crushed cinnamon sticks and lightly boil on low heat for just a little, then take off heat and leave to cool and let the flavors blend for an hour or two. Then strain and bottle. Or use B.G ReynoldÂ´s excellent cinnamon syrup.
Then melt one teaspoon butter for every 0.5 oz syrup. Add the melted butter to the syrup and stir together.
ItÂ´s simply a refreshing tiki drink, not the least spooky but thereÂ´s more than enough spooky drinks out there…in any case itÂ´s tasty and most of all – relaxing. You can play with different rums too.