Whe likes the spaghetti ice cream, these small frozen cream buns among the vanilla worms, will love this drink.
Stop. Stop. I prefer to start again differently – the mixologists among us should not be deterred by strange Frollein desires. So: Charles Schumann developed this drink in his Schumannn's Bar in Munich and published it in the mid-80s. That sounds a bit befitting, right?
We remember … the 80s: Miami Vice, fast motorboats, colorful pleated vanillas, villas with pools … * soifz * and fun colorful drinks with umbrellas, glitter and stir sticks. At the time I collected the wonderful Leonardo glasses, but it was still a touch too young to enjoy these bright drinks to the fullest.
That does not matter. All I had to do was change the triviality of 23 years to one Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne– Waiting with friends on the home sofa. (Recently, the beloved event is called yes Eurovision Song Contest. But I'm conservative there), To properly celebrate the worthy event, the man served this wonderful drink. Light blue, with pink flamingo sticks and two plastic red cocktail cherries! There are voices saying that I squeaked in delight. This is of course fictitious.
In fact, the fancy drink is from the family's Coladas not just a visual dream. He is in contrast to the usually very sweet, extremely lush Pina Coladas extremely refreshing. At least if the man makes it.
And here comes the recipe fpr 1 glass "Swimminpool"
2 cl white rum, vodka, sweet cream and coconut cream With 6 cl pineapple juice such as 1 cl Blue Curacao in the shaker with something ice shake. In a beaker with not too little Crushed ice cream strain and garnish with cocktail cherries.
Even a flamingo wants to dive in the pool …
After two or three swimming pools, it may happen that the glass blurs a bit, while Fantasy Island and its inhabitants conspicuously gain in edge … did I already mention these little frozen cream bunnies? The man already knows what comes next: "Chatz, can I still have one?"