We know, it’s not a great name for a cocktail. But the brightly hued, sweet, creamy gin drink serves its purpose. It’s the kind of drink Don Johnson would blend up for guests at his weekend pool parties. Don’t underestimate this innocent looking boozecicle—it packs more of a punch than you might expect. Our recipe serves six.
Frozen Pink Panties
- In a blender, liquefy all ingredients until smooth.
- Pour the extremely pink drink into hurricane glasses. Garnish with fresh strawberries if you have any on hand.
Mix it Up
Although the drink is traditionally made with ice cream, Coco Lopez (coconut crème) can be subbed in its place to make a lactose-free version of the drink. Just add one can of the coconut crème instead of the half cup of ice cream.
Recommended Gins: Beefeater, Bombay Sapphire, Hendrick’s
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