This Beautiful Pink Pineapple Drink Is Tougher Than It Looks.
People who “in principle” avoid fruit drinks or drinks that are sold in compartment glasses are most likely very boring people. There is nothing wrong with opting for a flavorful daiquiri whiskey, but judging by its color, glassware, or imaginary floor is very strange, especially when the fruit is delicious and the compartments are cool.
Also, pink – the color most often associated with girly looks – is the color of most Campari-based drinks, which have a bitter taste, a taste that is not usually considered feminine, which is odd considering how often the word is used to describe outspoken women.
Anyway. My point is that you cannot know what a beverage will taste like until you taste it, and that even easy-to-drink fruit drinks – no, especially easy-to-drink fruit drinks – can deliver as powerful a punch as any hard liquor. whiskey. This is the case with this extremely beautiful cassava and pineapple drink.
Kashasa, pineapple, and Campari may not sound like a natural trio, but the funky sugarcane alcohol benefits from sweet pineapple and bitter Campari, which I didn’t expect. This is a gentle roller coaster of complementary and contrasting flavors that will immediately confuse you. (It’s also surprisingly good for the morning, which I didn’t expect yet.) To make this pretty pink pineapple number, you’ll need:
- 2 ounces cachass
- 30 g pineapple juice
- 3/4 oz Campari
Pour everything into a shaker filled with ice and shake vigorously until the shaker becomes uncomfortable to hold. Sit in the plush compartment. Enjoy.