Plainkiller Cocktail Info
Sometimes the best tropical drinks appear in unexpected places. This is how you explain the Plain Killer, a Tiki-style cocktail created by Tory Miller at the Sujeo, a now-closed pan-Asian restaurant.
Fun fact: The 1980s Painkiller (father of this cocktail) was trademarked in the United States by Pusser’s Rum. Therefore, a different rum-made Painkiller can’t be called a Painkiller unless it slightly changes the original recipe in some way or changes the name.
The Plainkiller is made with a different name and a little less pineapple juice compared to the original Painkiller recipe, therefore does not infringe on the original trademark.
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- 60 ml Aged Rum
- 45 ml Pineapple Juice
- 30 ml Orange Juice
- 30 ml Cream Of Coconut
- Add the ingredients to a shaker with a lot of ice.
- Shake it cold.
- Strain the drink with the ice into a bigger glass.
- Add a touch of nutmeg on top as garnish.