Shark's Tooth

Why use a large ice cube in an Old Fashioned?


A large ice cube melts more slowly, preventing rapid dilution and maintaining the integrity of the flavors in your Old Fashioned.

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Shark's Tooth

Strong ABV ( between 20% and 30% ), Bold and noticeable.
*Note that dilution and other factors like type and temperature of ice are not considered in this upfront calculation.

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Sweet, coconutty, and tropical

  • Rum 3 cl
  • Batida De Coco 6 cl
  • Cointreau Orange Liqueur 3 cl

Any Glass of your Choice

Shark's Tooth
shark's tooth is a popular Rum cocktail containing a combinations of Rum,Batida De Coco,Cointreau Orange Liqueur .Served using Any Glass of your Choice

Shark's Tooth Ingredients

Rum,Batida De Coco,Cointreau Orange Liqueur,

Shark's Tooth Recipe

It's very EASY. Pour the rum in over the ice, then batida and cointreau. Serve.

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  • Rum

    Rum is a liqour that originated in the West indies and is made by fermenting then distilling sugarcane molasses or sugarcane juice. The distillate is usually a clear liquid and is then aged in oak barrels.

    Most Rums are produced in the Caribbeans and American countries, but are now produced in other sugar producing countries like PHilippines and Taiwan.

    The first recorded mention of Rum comes from Barbados, in about 1650. They were originally called "kill-devil" or "rumbullion" and later on, simply Rum.

  • Batida De Coco

    Batida De Coco is a blend of coconut milk with neutral spirit. It is made from coconut milk and coconut water, and cachaca sugarcane liqueur.
    Batida is a Brazilians style of drink made from several fruits and it can be considered as a cocktail too, while the industrially produced Batida de Coco is the liqueur with the same flavour as Batida de Coco or the coconut mixed drink popular all over Brazil.

  • Cointreau Orange Liqueur

    Orange Liqueur is the generic name for orange fruit based liqueurs, there are two traditions of orange liqueur, Triple Sec and Curacao, two major brands being Cointreau from the Triple Sec tradition and Grand Marnier from the Curacao tradition.


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