Surfer on Acid is a very popular drink. It can be found on cocktail menus though out the world, and it’s mostly popular in North America. From nightclubs in New York City to beach bars in San Diego, everyone seems to have slight variations on this drink.
A Surfer on Acid is made with 3 basic ingredients: Jagermeister, coconut favored rum and pineapple juice. Most people use Malibu as the coconut rum, but you can find many different brands of rum that will work just as well. Different ratios of ingredients as well as different brands of rum are the two main variables to this drink. We list some of the more popular recipes below.
Surfer on Acid – Large Shot
1/4 oz. Jagermeister
1/3 oz. Coconut Rum
1/2 oz. Pineapple Juice
Pour ingredients into a shaker over ice and shake until it’s cold. Strain into a large chilled shot glass or an old-fashioned glass. Enjoy!
Surfer on Acid – Larger & Stronger Shot
1/2 oz Jagermeister
1/2 oz Coconut Rum
1/2 oz Pineapple Juice
Pour ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake it up. Strain drink into a large chilled shot glass or an old-fashioned glass. Shoot it!
Surfer on Acid – A 2 Shot Recipe
3/4 oz Jagermeister herbal liqueur
1/2 oz Pineapple juice
3/4 oz Malibu Rum
Pour ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake it up. Pour contents into 2 hot glasses for you and a friend. Enjoy!
Last but not least we include our favorite bartender’s version of this drink
How to make a Surfer on Acid by our favorite, local bartender
Put some ice in a shaker, add 2 counts of Jager, 1 count of Malibu Coconut Run and little pinnapple juice. Shake it up and serve.
As you can see a Surfer on Acid can be made many different ways. As long as you have the same basic ingredients and drink you make should taste good. We suggest that you experiment with the ratio of the ingredients to find the drink that tastes best to you, and once you do we would love to hear what your favorite Surfer on Acid recipe is!