"The Floridian Reviver | Crafted Pour"

" A typical corpse reviver calls for gin, aromatized wine, orange liqueur, and lemon. I took out the Lillet for banana liqueur, because to me the idea of a zombie being taken out by a banana peel is the epitome comedic relie. Plus when I think Florida I think tropical flavors and oranges. The gin is a citrus forward style and also takes on a more tropical note after being infused with raw coconut - just enough to let you know it’s there but not so much that overpowers everything. ", "undefined", "The Floridian Reviver",

"Ingredients"

The Floridian Reviver By , May 8, 2009 
A typical corpse reviver calls for gin, aromatized wine, orange liqueur, and lemon.  I took out the Lillet for banana liqueur, because to me the idea of a zombie being taken out by a banana peel is the epitome comedic relie. Plus when I think Florida I think tropical flavors and oranges. The gin is a citrus forward style and also takes on a more tropical note after being infused with raw coconut - just enough to let you know it’s there but not so much that overpowers everything. A typical corpse reviver calls for gin, aromatized wine, orange liqueur, and lemon. I took out the Lillet for banana liqueur, because to me the idea of a zombie being taken out by a banana peel is the epitome comedic relie. Plus when I think Florida I think tropical flavors and oranges. The gin is a citrus forward style and also takes on a more tropical note after being infused with raw coconut - just enough to let you know it’s there but not so much that overpowers everything. Ingredients: - Coconut Infused Gin - Triple Sec Instructions: Add everything to a shaker tin with ice. Hard shake to chill and dilute. Double strain into a chilled coup glass. Express a lemon peel over the top and drop in. Grab your good luck charm and weapon of choice and embrace the apocalypse! Themed,Essentials,Sours,Seasonal,Tropical,Spirit Forward,Halloween ,Originals,gin