Cocktail Recipes: Banana Split Leite De Onca

One of the most versatile, yet satisfying drinks of all cocktails is the Leite de Onca cocktail. Inspired by milk and Cachca liqueur, the Leite de Onca proves to be much yummier, as it seems. This amazing cocktail is not only simple and practically universal, but one of my favorite cocktails to enjoy.

The Leite de Onca is a rather fluent, yet simple drink influenced by Brazilian culture. Although, it's history is fascinating, it bares no comparison to it's uniquely underrated taste. The Leite de Onca possesses three individual parts of Cachca liqueur, milk, cocoa liqueur, followed by condensed milk. The drink is, then, prepared using a standard mixer. Although many like to add the cocoa liqueur after the Cachca, milk, and condensed milk are blended together, it's really unnecessary. The drink is traditionally served chilled, in a standard mug glass, and then garnished with grounded cinnamon, however; people who have a huge appreciation for this heavily Cachca inspired drink, drink it in a regular cocktail glass on the rocks, garnished with chocolate.

What makes the Leite de Onca so great? I have decided to change the drink, also known as "Jaguar Milk" up a little bit and create my own rendition of this fine authentic drink, without changing the actual origin of this fine cocktail.

Banana Split Leite de Onca

2 oz. Cachca Liqueur
2 oz. Milk
1 oz. Cocoa Liqueur
1 oz. Strawberry Liqueur
1 oz. Banana Liqueur
1 oz. Pineapple Liqueur
2 oz. Condensed Milk
1 tsp of Chocolate Syrup
1 tsp of Grenadine
1 Scoop of Ice Cream

 Before combining the ingredients, you wanna prepare everything individually in equal parts, excluding the Cachca liqueur, milk, and condensed milk. This would include: the cocoa, strawberry, banana, pineapple, grenadine, followed by the chocolate syrup and ice cream. After you have combined the ingredients, simply add the Cachca liqueur, milk, and condensed milk.

In a practical sense, you should use a blender to blend this drink. Once you have finished, serve in a chilled, mug glass, on the rocks. Top the entire glass with whipped cream and serve with a maraschino cherry.