Gone Wild on a Satin Pillow

"I created this drink for the Chefs gone WILD! team in ZWT 8 as part of the Pub Crawl challenge. It's a small drink but smooth and elegant, just as a satin pillow should be. Enjoy."
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  • Mix everything up to the nutmeg.
  • Stir or shake well until sugar has dissolved.
  • Place in two small martini style glasses or over shaved ice in a small glass.
  • Add a dash of nutmeg on top.
  • Enjoy.

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    It's a small drink but smooth and elegant, was positively delicious. My family wants the recipe. Thank You!! from ALL my family to You! PRMR - 2013 ...Grpa
  2. BecR2400
    This drink reminds me of an adult tropical creamsicle it went down smooth as satin and was so tasty. Plenty sweet so next time I may play around and use a tad less Cointreau and/or skip the added sugar, and will most definitely use Coco Lopez to boost the coconut flavor which I love. Thinking some candied ginger may be a nice alternative to the nutmeg, as well. Thanks for sharing!
  3. NorthwestGal
    This was positively delicious. It's fun to read the other reviews to see what ingredient was most enjoyed by others. Because this drink is a wonderful mix of different flavors all nicely blended in this drink, but it was the coconut cream that really shined through for me. And it was indeed as smooth as a satin pillow. Thank you for sharing your creation, Annacia. Made for ZWT8. Loved it!
  4. Boomette
    I used half and half cream and omitted the nutmeg cause it's not a spice I like. This drink was so yummy. Thanks Annacia :) Made for ZWT8 for Diners, Winers and Chives
  5. Muffin Goddess
    Sweet, creamy, and right up my alley! I used cream of coconut and half-and-half mixed, and a packet of Truvia for the sugar (didn't feel like grinding my extra gritty sugar to powder for this). I would definitely say that the nutmeg is crucial here; otherwise, I think the drink might be a tad too sweet without it. Rather than pouring it over shaved ice, I just tossed some ice cubes in my shaker and strained them out afterwards. I found that this two serving recipe actually makes one normal (martini glass) sized drink. I would definitely do this drink again, thanks for posting! Made for The Honeys for ZWT8



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