Oceangoer
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Oceangoer
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Oceangoer is a tropical, island-inspired cocktail that captures the essence of the ocean with its blend of white and dark rum. Expertly mixed with a generous pour of white rum, ... more Oceangoer is a tropical, island-inspired cocktail that captures the essence of the ocean with its blend of white and dark rum. Expertly mixed with a generous pour of white rum, followed by dark rum for depth and complexity, this cocktail is then infused with the sweet and fruity notes of banana liqueur. The addition of creamy coconut milk adds a velvety texture and subtle hint of the tropics. A pinch of salt brings a subtle savory element, balancing out the sweetness and adding to the overall complexity of the drink. With its bold and tropical flavors, Oceangoer is the perfect drink for sipping on a sandy beach or dreaming of distant shores.
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White rum
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29.17% | 5.25 units *

Highball glass

Ingredients

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Method
How to make a Oceangoer

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Moisten the rim of a highball glass and then roll in salt
Add all the ingredients to the glass with ice
Stir and serve

Learn more about some of the mixology terms used in this cocktail

·  Rim  ·  Highball  ·  Stir  · 

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FAQ's

INGREDIENT_SUBSTITUTIONS

What can I use if I don't have banana liqueur for the Oceangoer cocktail?

If you don't have banana liqueur, you can substitute it with a combination of banana syrup and a splash of rum to maintain the alcoholic content and banana flavor. Alternatively, muddling a small piece of ripe banana in the mix might work for a less alcoholic option.

GARNISHING_TIPS

What garnishes work well with the Oceangoer?

For the Oceangoer, garnishes that complement its tropical and maritime theme are ideal. A slice of banana on the rim, a sprinkle of grated coconut on top, or a small umbrella to enhance the beachy vibe can elevate the aesthetic appeal of the cocktail.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

How should the Oceangoer be served for the best experience?

The Oceangoer should be served in a chilled highball glass to keep it cold. Adding ice cubes before pouring the mix and garnishing, as mentioned before, enhances its appearance and keeps it refreshing. Serving it alongside a straw can also add to its casual, beach-inspired feel.

DIETARY_CONSIDERATIONS

Is the Oceangoer cocktail suitable for vegans?

Yes, the Oceangoer cocktail is suitable for vegans as it contains white rum, dark rum, banana liqueur, coconut milk, and a pinch of salt, all of which are generally vegan-friendly. However, double-checking the specific brands of alcohol and coconut milk for any non-vegan processing or additives is always a good practice.

ALCOHOL_CONTENT_COMPARISON

How does the alcohol content of the Oceangoer compare to other tropical cocktails?

The Oceangoer has an alcohol content of 29.17%, which positions it on the higher end of the spectrum compared to many other tropical cocktails. For instance, a typical Piña Colada or Mai Tai may range from 10% to 20% alcohol by volume (ABV), making the Oceangoer a stronger choice for those seeking a more potent tropical cocktail experience.

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