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Coconut Bacardi
Sun 30-Oct-11
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janfur
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Trying out coconut Bacardi now...one small coconut plus the milk and a 100g of sugar then top up with the bacardi...not sure how it will turn out. Pondering the addition of a lime at some stage. any thoughts...?what_the_heck

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I think you need to do the taste test, coconut isn't to everyone's taste, neither is Bacardi.

I'll try that again!

Sun 30-Oct-11
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Perhaps pineapple?

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Mon 31-Oct-11
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Thats why we have a ton of Bacardi to use up.....lol nobody likes it

Mon 31-Oct-11
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janfur said:

Thats why we have a ton of Bacardi to use up.....lol nobody likes it

Like the Pineapple idea....thanks

Tue 1-Nov-11
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Caipirinhas are good for using up Bacardi if you like limey drinks. They're traditionally made with a Brazilian rum (Boca?) but Bacardi does in a pinch. And I've made a caipirinha sorbet too which was tasty. David Lebovitz uses rum in lots of his ice-cream recipes, not for flavour but rather to keep the frozen dessert from freezing too hard.

Wed 2-Nov-11
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Oooo thanks for that sound good I will look out for  a receipe for it¦ponder

Wed 2-Nov-11
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Cachaca is the Brazilian alcoholic drink to make Caipirinha from - it is produced from sugar cane as well but the process is slightly different, but is not called a rum in Brazil - PIRASSUNUNGA 51 is one of the most widely used , but there are many Cachaca's from really poor to fabulously tasty (such as Sagatiba) to choose from. There are many versions of Caipirinha's using soft fruits and tropical fruits ( more correctly called a Caipifruta) as well as lime- also there is Caipiroska using Vodka instead of Cachaca. A version made with rum is a Caipiríssima.

 

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