Mangaroca Batida de Coco70cl
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According to Mangaroca, it was a Dominican bartender named Ramón Portes who first decided to create the piña colada. He was searching for new flavours with which he could conquer the world via cocktails. Portes began by mixing the beautiful flavour of pineapple juice with white rum, but the recipe was lacking something. While he was searching for the missing piece to the puzzle, he came across Mangaroca Batida de Coco . Brazil is a country that is known for its colours, rhythms, and exotic fruit. When Portes added the coconut-flavoured Mangaroca, the union between them was perfect.
Mangaroca Batida de Coco is a traditional beverage in Brazil. To craft it, a harmonious blend of soft rum, milk, and refreshing coconut water are married before being poured into its elegant clear glass bottle which allows the white liqueur to be clearly visible.
Mild enough to enjoy on its own, try Mangaroca Batida de Coco on the rocks for a light, refreshing coconut treat. With its fresh tropical flavour, it is perfect to mix into any cocktail, especially piña coladas. Freshen up your afternoon coffee with a bit of Mangaroca Batida de Coco instead of milk or cream to add a bit of exotic flavour. You will not regret it!
Description of Mangaroca Batida de Coco
Mangaroca Batida de Coco
- Colour: Mangaroca Batida de Coco has a similar appearance to creamy white milk.
- Aroma: The keynote of fresh coconut is enhanced and complemented by a hint of dried fruit.
- Taste: Sweet, intense, pure essence of coconut milk, underpinned by an echo of rum.
PRODUCER: Mangaroca, owned by Henkell & Co. Sektkellerei KG, a German producer of quality sparkling wine, wine, and spirits, based in Wiesbaden. The company has been owned by Dr. August Oetker KG since 1996.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: The recipe for Mangaroca Batida de Coco is a traditional Brazilian mix, crafted with coconut, milk, and neutral spirit alcohol. Batida de coco means ‘beaten coconut', which is indeed how batida is produced: the flesh of coconuts is beaten to extract their natural flavour and white juice. This is blended with milk and spirit to a secret recipe perfected since 1976. Serve it chilled and straight up, or use it to craft the perfect Piña Colada or another of your favourite cocktails. Making an excellent Piña Colada could not be easier. Simply combine 1/4 Mangaroca Batida de Coco, 1/4 white rum, and 1/2 fresh pineapple juice. Froth all three together and serve in a tall glass with a paper umbrella for an instant island holiday mood.
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