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Coconut Limeade

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A super refreshing drink that utilizes fresh limes, and coconut milk. The smooth creamy tartness is extremely inviting.

Ingredients

  • 5 cups Cold Water
  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 5 whole Limes Quartered
  • ½ cups Sweetened Condensed Milk (more Or Less Depending On Your Sweetness)
  • 14 ounces, fluid Coconut Milk, Full Fat
  • Crushed Ice, To Serve (about 1 Cup For Each Serving)

Preparation

Add water to a pot, along with sugar. Cook on medium heat, stirring, and once warmed, remove from heat. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Pour into a container and place in the freezer for about 20 minutes.

Add limes to a blender. Pulse to put a little rock-and-roll emphasis on those limes. After a couple of pulses, add chilled sugar water. Pulse some more, until limes get crushed up a bit, about 10 pulses or so.

Strain mixture over a pitcher or bowl, pressing down on the lime mixture. The point here is to remove all the pulp.

Discard pulp. Add sweetened condensed milk and coconut milk to the pitcher. Give a good stir to incorporate everything. Serve over a nice glass of crushed ice and enjoy.

I’ll be honest, the drink is a bit surprising as you may first think it is horchata, or something similar. But then you get into it and still think, what is this? What amazing flavors have just hit me on this hot and humid day? Then you start to get it. That light, sweet coating of the milk inside your mouth is perfectly balanced by that ever-so-slight bitterness and sourness of citrus. You find yourself drinking more, repeating the above. Then your drink is gone and you find yourself wanting more.

Yes, it’s pretty darn delicious, refreshing, and almost a perfect summertime drink. I suspect some alcohol could easily slide into this one for an elevated cocktail. Enjoy!

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