"Hula Skirt | Crafted Pour"

"What better way to end out exploring new drinks, than to try and teach yourself a new garnish. As the name of this cocktail implies, we garnish it with a hula skirt. It sounded so cute! Apparently, in order to do this you need to remove the pulp from one half of a lime, and I don't think that I was properly prepared with the correct tools in order to do that. With a little bit of effort and a generous pair of scissors, this cocktail came to be!", "undefined", "Hula Skirt",

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Hula Skirt By , May 8, 2009 What better way to end out exploring new drinks, than to try and teach yourself a new garnish. As the name of this cocktail implies, we garnish it with a hula skirt. It sounded so cute!

Apparently, in order to do this you need to remove the pulp from one half of a lime, and I don't think that I was properly prepared with the correct tools in order to do that. With a little bit of effort and a generous pair of scissors, this cocktail came to be! What better way to end out exploring new drinks, than to try and teach yourself a new garnish. As the name of this cocktail implies, we garnish it with a hula skirt. It sounded so cute! Apparently, in order to do this you need to remove the pulp from one half of a lime, and I don't think that I was properly prepared with the correct tools in order to do that. With a little bit of effort and a generous pair of scissors, this cocktail came to be! Ingredients: - Aged Rum - Lime Juice Instructions: Combine all ingredients, and shake and strain over a chilled coupe glass. Add a hula skirt garnish. To create a hula skirt with a lime, cut it in half and remove the pulp. Also cut off a bit of the nippy end of the lime so that there is an opening on both sides of the half. I found that removing the pulp was a little difficult, but if you can invert the lime half, it becomes a lot easier! Tropical,Tiki,Bitter,Spiceful