We ordered our first Frozen Painkiller from The Longboard on St. John a number of years in the past after an excellent day exploring the attractive sandy seashores on the north shore. Painkillers have been considered one of our go-to favorites for an extended, very long time (discover out extra about this widespread drink right here) – ever since we tried our first one on St. John within the 90’s. Nevertheless, the Frozen Painkiller we have been served at The Longboard was one thing particular. Chilly, creamy and so refreshing. We’re undecided what their actual recipe is, however we got here house and tried to make our personal. They’ll by no means be fairly as particular because the one’s there (our view isn’t fairly the identical!), but it surely actually reminds us of nice occasions within the islands. The recipe beneath makes one tall drink however will be simply doubled.
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- 6 oz Pineapple Juice
- 1.5 oz Orange Juice
- 1.5 oz Coconut Creme
- 3 oz Rum (Genuine Painkillers are made with Pusser’s Rum)
- 1 – 2 c Ice (Or, substitute frozen pineapple for a few of the ice. It does make the Painkiller thicker and extra filling, but it surely tastes good!)
- Freshly Grated Nutmeg
- .5 0z Darkish Rum (Optionally available, as a floater)
Put all components in a blender and mix simply till clean. Pour right into a tall glass. Add the optionally available darkish rum on the highest if you would like a floater, then sprinkle with nutmeg and serve instantly.
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