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DharMag April 2018 Cocco Bello drink recipe: how to make a delicious tequila cocktail served in coconuts

Cocco Bello drink recipe: tequila cocktail served in coconuts, tiki recipes The Cocco Bello cocktail is a thirst-quenching, light, and tremendously aromatic long drink made with few ingredients, but when mixed together they become pure intoxication poetry.

The Cocco Bello cocktail is a classic aperitif to be enjoyed on the beach at sunset. But beware, the preparation of the Cocco Bello cocktail is quite demanding: you need a saw and then chisel and hammer to sculpt all stonemasons on the edge. As you can see from the photos, for our Naked Nick it’s a no-brainer, but it’s not that simple!

Be careful not to mutilate yourself or spill the coconut nectar and be sure to use fresh coconuts for this aperitif. Otherwise, you will find little coconut water inside: and it would be a shame, with what they cost!

Well, let’s move on to the ingredients of the Cocco Bello cocktail: coconut water, elderberry, mint, creole bitters, and then you would expect the usual rum. Of course, coconut and rum are a great match, but a little predictable. So we played with spirits and there are two possibilities.

The first, the freshest, youngest, and most rampant, sees the use of tequila. In this way, the Cocco Bello is very fragrant, sharp, lysergic, and bombastic, but perhaps more difficult as an aperitif.

The second recipe for the Cocco Bello includes Brandy and here is where the magic happens. The warmth and softness of the brandy are fabulous for the synergies they create with coconut water. The drink is sweeter, soft, and enveloping.

It depends on your mood, the occasion, and the time, but it is worth trying both.

And now, take a saw, and let’s get to work!

Ingredients and doses for making the Cocco Bello cocktail

  • 4 cl of tequila or brandy
  • 1 cl of elderberry syrup
  • 4-5 mint leaves
  • 1 coconut
  • soda
  • 2 drops of creole bitters

How to make the Cocco Bello cocktail

Naked Nick the brawny bartender cuts a coconut with a saw, recipe Take a hacksaw and cut the top end of the coconut. The exercise is also excellent for burning a few calories, as our beefy Nick shows us.

With a sturdy knife chisel the edge.

If you work with a chisel, the coconut will be more multifaceted.

Collect the coconut water and filter it to eliminate any possible impurities.

Muscular model naked in the kitchen with shaker in his hand and herculean biceps Put all the ingredients, apart from the soda, in a shaker with ice.

Shake for 20 seconds with joie de vivre.

Pour into the coconut. Add a splash of soda.

Enjoy your new shimmering Cocco Bello cocktail!

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