July 30, 2016
Beverages, Alcohol, Cocktails,
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"The soft, pink flesh of a fresh guava exudes a perfume and flavor that is intoxicating. This tropical fruit, found flourishing along roadsides in the Caribbean, yields a luscious nectar that combines beautifully with fresh lime juice and, of course, rum. Though fresh guavas may be hard to come by in areas north of the Caribbean, excellent-quality nectar is not.
Source: Calypso Coolers"
In a shaker filled with ice cubes, combine the rum, guava nectar, lime juice, and Cointreau.
Shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Place in lime slice in the cocktail. Serve immediately
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The guava brings a fruit punch aspect to this cocktail which could be too much but the lime keeps it from getting too sweet. Next time I would use triple sec next in place of the cointreau as this doesn't really need the more expensive liquor.
These were delightful. I loved the guava juice in this drink, and the cointreau gave it a really nice finish. They are much more refreshing if you follow the directions and shake the ingredients with lots of ice and use chilled cocktail glasses. Thanks, ForeverMama. Made for Culinary Quest (Bahamas).