kook-a-cola

Kook-a-Cola

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    45 m
  • Ready In

    2 d 45 m
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Recipe by  Lorem Ipsum

“It's the real-ish thing. The top-secret recipe for the cola you know and love...revealed! Use only 'food-grade' ingredients--for reasons that may seem obvious. And enjoy with a smile!”

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings

Original recipe yields 15 gallons

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Directions

  1. To make the coca extract, moisten coca leaf powder with 3 ounces of grain alcohol. Then pack the wet leaves into a percolator and add more diluted alcohol until the leaves are fully saturated and slightly covered by alcohol. When the extract begins to drip from the percolator, stop up the hole, cover the percolator tightly and allow to macerate for 2 days. Then continue the percolation, adding more alcohol until you have 8 ounces of extract.
  2. To make the flavoring, combine drops of orange oil, lemon oil, nutmeg oil, coriander oil, neroli oil, and cinnamon oil with 1/2 cup of grain alcohol.
  3. To make the syrup, mix together water, sugar, caramel, and 1/8 ounce (or 3/4 tablespoon) of coca extract. Stir in vanilla extract, caffeine, lime juice, and citric acid. Combine 1/4 ounce flavoring with the entire amount of syrup.
  4. To prepare Kook-a-Cola, combine 1 part flavored syrup to 5 parts carbonated water.

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Julian G.
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Julian G.

Yeah... where can u get coca cuz i dont feel like going to columbia

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