This soco amaretto lime recipe is part of the 23 amaretto drink recipes I have on my site. It's one of those Italian drinks that's not real well known. The name came from a song. But, I have no idea what song or who sings it. (I'm old and not hip on trendy stuff.) But, I did get curious and started hunting for a recipe.
Somebody somewhere came up with these three ingredients - which really work well together - and named this a "soco amaretto lime". I must say it tastes awesome. The original author used waaaaaaaaay more lime than I do. It curled my toes back into my throat. So I adjusted the lime for my tastes. So if you want it tangy-er, you know why I dialed it back some. Just modify and put it back in if you need it.
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* 2 oz amaretto
* 2 oz of peach schnapps (see below)
* 2 oz of FRESH lime juice
* Pour and serve
(A total effort)
NO! Only if you live in a part of the world where limes are unavailable. Then you can. Otherwise there is NOTHING like fresh squeezed fruit. Stay away from the fake stuff if you can. Don't be lazy - most produce sections have limes. Pick one up!
Nah. That's just a brand name - like Pepsi, Kraft, or McDonald's. What you are going for is a peach based liquor
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