Isn’t She Ube
- 2 oz SKYY Vodka
- 1 oz Fresh Lime Juice
- 1 oz Ube Coconut Syrup*
- Top with Soda Water
- Lime Wheel
Shake SKYY Vodka, Lime Juice and Ube Coconut Syrup with ice.
Strain into a Collins glass over fresh crushed ice, and top with soda water.
Garnish with a lime wheel.
*Ube Coconut Syrup
- 1 Can of Coco Lopez
- 10-15 drops Ube Extract
Open the can of Coco Lopez, and poke a hole in the solid coconut cream. Drain coconut syrup and strain with a fine mesh strainer. Add 10-15 drops of Ube Extract (to achieve desired color and flavor), and mix thoroughly. Transfer into a non-reactive container and store in the refrigerator for 3-4 weeks.
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