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Punch a La Noix Coco

Punch a La Noix Coco created by BakinBaby

From pina coladas to rum and coconut water, the fruit of the coco palm seems a natural pairing with the elixir of the sugar cane. From French Polynesia, here is a different twist on the rum and coconut theme—one that can be made in a larger quantity than given and kept on the sideboard or the bar until ready to serve. It only gets better.

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  • Put the coconut in a bowl.
  • Add the rum and allow it to soak for 1 hour.
  • Strain off the rum into another bowl.
  • Place the rum-soaked coconut in a square of cheesecloth and squeeze it into the rum bowl.
  • Discard the coconut.
  • Add the sugar, vanilla bean, lemon zest, and nutmeg to the bowl.
  • Stir to mix well.
  • Serve over ice and garnish with slices of coconut (if desired).
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"From pina coladas to rum and coconut water, the fruit of the coco palm seems a natural pairing with the elixir of the sugar cane. From French Polynesia, here is a different twist on the rum and coconut theme—one that can be made in a larger quantity than given and kept on the sideboard or the bar until ready to serve. It only gets better."
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  1. BakinBaby
    Punch a La Noix Coco Created by BakinBaby
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  2. BakinBaby
    this drink was so worth the extra time and $$$$ for the vanilla beans. Different than any drink we've made here at the ranch. Made and enjoyed for ZWT7. Sweet, but yummy. Made for the Shady Ladies Team.
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  3. Annacia
    From pina coladas to rum and coconut water, the fruit of the coco palm seems a natural pairing with the elixir of the sugar cane. From French Polynesia, here is a different twist on the rum and coconut theme—one that can be made in a larger quantity than given and kept on the sideboard or the bar until ready to serve. It only gets better.
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