Queen Bee Mixology

Frosty Morning

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With the days becoming shorter and the weather becoming colder, one thing that can help warm you from the inside (and lift your spirits) is a seriously delicious cocktail! Gather your friends and family and raise a glass with The Frosty Morning cocktail. It is simply perfect for brightening up your day during the winter months, and its tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut are certain to whisky your palette away to someplace just a little warmer.

Not only is this cocktail bright and beautiful but the taste is to die for! This vibrant blue beverage starts with pineapple juice, adding a taste of summer in the midst of winter. Blue Curacao liqueur gives the drink its icy hue and adds a slightly tart flavor that complements the sweetness of the pineapple juice. Scotch whiskey provides a smoky kick to bring warmth to this chilly drink, while cream of coconut sweetens it up and adds a smooth, creamy texture.

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Step 1: Make a paste out of powdered sugar and water. Rim a martini glass with the paste and dip in coconut flakes, then set aside.

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Step 2: Add all ingredients into a shaker.

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Step 3: Top with ice. Shake until chilled.

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Step 4: Pour the mixture into your rimmed glass.

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Enjoy!

Cheers to making it through the wintertime blues with this delicious drink! Who knows, you might even find yourself craving this bright blue beverage throughout the warmer months. Either way, be sure to give it a try and enjoy some summer flavors during these chilly winter days

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Step 1 – Make a paste out of powdered sugar and water. Rim a martini glass with the paste and dip in coconut flakes, then set aside.
  2. Step 2 – Add all ingredients into a shaker topped with ice. Shake until chilled.
  3. Step 3 – Pour the mixture into your rimmed glass.
Tags: Scotch, Seasonal

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