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A delicious tropical cocktail made with coconut flavoured rum, pineapple juice and high proof rum. It's a great drink to make for parties.

10 people made this

IngredientsMakes: 1 shot

  • 3 tablespoons coconut flavoured rum
  • 3 tablespoons pineapple juice
  • 1 tablespoon 151 proof rum

MethodPrep:2min ›Ready in:2min

  1. In a cocktail shaker full of ice, combine coconut rum and pineapple juice. Shake vigorously and strain into glass. Float 151 rum over the top.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(8)

Reviews in English (7)

by Linda(LMT)

The pineapple juice and coconut rum are a great combination and great drink as is ... float 151 proof rum over top and it's taken to another level. I prefer to chill the 151 proof rum to take away the heat (keep a bottle in the freezer) or double/triple the coconut rum and pineapple juice, blend them with ice to make a slushy drink and float chilled 151 proof rum on top and sip with caution.-01 Aug 2011

by Missy

That funky monkey!!!! Be careful with this baby. If you like less alchohol per drink, use a regular rum. Mango is really nice. Then again, you really drink a brass monkey to get drunk quick, so that would kill the drink.-26 Feb 2010

1/2 ounce vodka
1/2 ounce light rum
orange juice

Fill a glass 3/4 full with ice. Add the vodka, rum, and enough orange juice to fill. Stir gently to mix then serve immediately.

A Brass Monkey

Brrrr, it is freezing tonight. The bobble hat’s on and we have a fire lit and at last it feels like winter’s here. Let’s celebrate this colder weather with a super on trend beer based cocktail this Friday. Beer for me has summer connotations, I only ever really drink it when I am standing in the sunshine enjoying a barbeque. However, I have chosen the Brass Monkey for today’s Friday Cocktail, as this name has cold connotations from the colloquial expression ‘it’s cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey’ – and you thought I was classy.

This cocktail, however, is oozing class. The use of beer keeps it up to date as does the citrus shandy style flavour. I inhaled this when it was sub zero outside and it still tasted amazing, so there’s no real need to wait until the first barbeque of 2016 to enjoy it. Start now, it’s Friday after all, sod the fact it’s January and super nippy out there.

Here’s the stylish ingredients for this Brass Monkey. The recipe called for wheat beer and I have to admit, although I am not a connoisseur, it did have a wonderful warm flavour to it. I am sure regular beer or lager would work well too if you can’t be arsed to make the trip out. The other two ingredients are hardly complicated, you may well have everything ready and waiting to make one of these right now.

Make a start with a large glass. I had one of the jar-like affairs with a handle which was the perfect size. Measure out the fresh orange juice and pour into the glass.

Next top up with your wheat beer. Do this carefully as when I did it it had a frothy head of about 6 inches.

I took about 10 minutes choosing this beer in Waitrose as I couldn’t decipher the difference between all the varieties. In the end I went for this quite important looking German offering as they do seem to know what they’re doing when it comes to beer.

Finally add a couple of dashes of fragrant Angostura Bitters then stir to blend. Not too vigorously or you’ll anger the froth again.

Great to see my festive stirrer still doing good business.

Pop in a straw and sip away. Or glug, this is a really gluggable drink. I can vouch for that having drunk this all by myself, I was not sharing.

It’s deceptively boozey too, I felt a little tiddly having drunk this whole glass.

Beer cocktails are dominating the 2016 trends lists, so I feel quite ahead of the game with this tangy, refreshing concoction. This is delicious to drink now, or make a note of it for days when it’s not brass monkeys outside.

Hueblein Brand "Brass Monkey"

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#2 _Kent Garber_*

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I don't know what part of the world you live in.

According to this web site it is still available.

Welcome to the home of insider peeks at the players, staff, and behind the scenes shenanigans of Sky Sox baseball. An important piece of biz to start off: Sox Insider welcomes Heublein's Brass Monkey as the official sponsor and drink of Big Daddy Cool and The Nature Boy. Brass Monkey is proudly served at the Sky Sox Stadium Hall of Fame Bar & Grill, and was once served to Big Daddy Cool and The Nature Boy out of a bag in a van in San Diego. but that's another story.

#3 _Kent Garber_*

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Below is a copy of a letter I wrote to Busters liquors and an
answer on Heublein's Brass Monkey.

Is Heublein Brand Liquors still making their Pre-Mixed Rum
drink called "Brass Monkey?"

Your help will be appreciated.

Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 15:20:29 -0500
From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: Heublein Brand Liqueurs

Mr. Garber, as far as I know, Heublein's Brass Monkey is no
longer available in the Memphis market. As for them still
making it, I'm not sure. Buster's hasn't gotten any since the middle of last year. The local distributor of Heublein products
is the Victor Robilio Company, and the kind folks there can
probably give you more information about the status of Brass Monkey. Their information is as follows:

Victor L. Robilio Co.
3680 Air Park St.
PO Box 18047
Memphis, TN 38181
901-367-1473 (fax)

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The Process

In a cocktail shaker, pour 30 ml bourbon, 30 ml plain vodka, and 150 ml orange juice. Fill the shaker with ice and give it a good shake, ensuring that they have blended well. Now, fill three fourth of a Collins glass with large cubes of ice and strain your concoction into it. Garnish with an orange wedge and your Brass Monkey is ready!

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If you've ever enjoyed watching Workaholics, Brass Monkeys, or Orange is the New Black &ndash you're in luck! We're seeing article after article of booze trends we'll be seeing this year. Champagne cocktails, truffle cocktails, and all those high-falutin mixed drinks that no one can make. But forget getting fancy! We're gettin' deplorable with our drink menu, which is all inspired by TV shows! Check out some these low-brow refreshments below.

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The first drink on our list is called the Brass Monkey, which draws from two 80s inspirations. If you grew up listening to the Beastie Boys in the 80s and 90s, you probably know what a Brass Monkey is. But did you know Brass Monkeys is also the name of a 1980s Australian sitcom? Well, now you do! For this recipe you'll just need two ingredients: a forty ounce of Old English and pulp-free orange juice. Start by pouring half of the Old English bottle out, and then fill it back up with the orange juice. Think of this drink as a ghetto mimosa, if you will. Lastly, don&rsquot forget to serve this cocktail in brown paper bags to really class it up.

2. Prison Wine

The next drink on our list is inspired by a Netflix series that many of us love streaming on our smart TVs: Orange is the New Black! Prison inmates supposedly hide their moonshine inside toilets, but our version is a little more sanitary since we&rsquore serving it in toilet-shaped mugs. To make this drink, all you&rsquoll need is half a cup of grape &ldquodrank&rdquo, half a cup of fortified wine, and a float of vodka. Then sip and enjoy! Believe us when we tell you, this drink definitely ain't for the faint of heart.

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The final drink on our list called Jungle Juice &ndash like those idiots made in Comedy Central&rsquos Workaholics. For this recipe we're skipping the typical punch bowl and going for Ziploc bags to basically make an adult version of Capri Sun! Start by filling up your baggies with two shots of grain alcohol, then fill up the rest with fruit punch. Don&rsquot forget to garnish with a slice of orange. Now you've got a party drink you can't put down&hellipliterally! Bonus idea: pop it in the freezer and make a boozy slushy!

There you have it, folks! Three easy-to-make cocktails based on some popular television shows.

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  • 1 oz. Coconut Rum (We used Blue Chair Bay Coconut Rum)
  • 1/2 oz. Banana Schnapps
  • 1/2 oz. White Chocolate Liqueur
  • 3 oz. Coconut Milk
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 c. Ice
  • Toasted Coconut (for garnish)
  • Chocolate Sauce (for garnish)
  • Banana Slices (for garnish)


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Brass Monkey (cocktail)

Brass Monkey is a name given to a number of different cocktail recipes. As with many lesser-known cocktails that are named after colloquial expressions, widely differing recipes share the same name.

In the 1970s, ‘80s, and ‘90s the Heublein Company produced the premixed beer labeled Brass Monkey. Heublein pre-mixed bottled cocktails were fairly inexpensive and provided a portable alternative to regular mixed drinks. Heublein was based in Stamford, Connecticut, and had production facilities in the Hartford, Connecticut area. The Brass Monkey cocktail was available in bottles from half pint up to 750 ml. During the time Heublein produced Brass Monkey, liquor stores carried mostly beer, wine, and hard alcohol very few premixed alternatives were available.

Steve Doniger, an advertising executive, named the drink after an alleged World War II spy named H. E. Rasske. Allan Kaufman, who crafted a series of stories about the spy, created the ad campaign using an old photo of his father as Rasske’s image. [1]

In 1982, the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company acquired Heublein Inc. for $1.4 billion. RJR Nabisco sold the division to Grand Metropolitan in 1987. Grand Metropolitan merged with Guinness to form Diageo in 1997.

Sales and popularity of Heublein's Brass Monkey spirit cocktail increased in the 1980s after the release of the Beastie Boys's song of the same name. It was widely and incorrectly believed that the Beastie Boys were referring to a different drink made from a 40-ounce container of malt liquor mixed with orange juice ("forty" is mentioned in the lyrics) however, Mike D has publicly confirmed that the premixed Heublein cocktail was their muse. [2]

After several years of absence from the market the Brass Monkey premixed cocktail has recently been re-released as The Club Brass Monkey. Produced by The Club Distilling Company of Stamford Ct., Brass Monkey is currently sold in liquor stores along with other premixed alcoholic beverages under the name The Club Cocktails owned by Diageo. [ citation needed ]

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  • 2½ ounces cranberry juice
  • 2 dashes peach-flavored bitters
  • 1½ ounces vodka
  • ¾ ounce peach schnaps
  • Ice
  • Lime wedge for garnish


  1. In a cocktail shaker, combine the cranberry juice, peach bitters, vodka, and schnapps.
  2. Add the ice and shake.
  3. Strain into an old-fashioned glass filled with ice. Garnish with the lime wedge.