Surfer on Acid: learn how to mix this summer cocktail drink in three minutes

Surfer On Acid is a classic drink. Know the recipe and impress your surfer friends with your barman skills.

The origin of the Surfer on Acid drink is not clear, but it is rather obvious that the name has profound similarities and connections with real life, specifically with the crazy LSD decades of 1960s and 1970s.

Despite all controversy, the Surfer on Acid is a very popular drink/cocktail. And you don't need to be a professional bartender to serve a perfect tasty example.

It is quite simple to prepare a Surfer on Acid. You'll be amazed. It only takes three minutes, and a tropical drink will quickly conquer your friends' admiration in a hot summer day by the sea.

You will need an ounce of Jägermeister, an ounce of Malibu coconut rum, and an ounce of fresh pineapple juice. Learn how to make the Surfer on Acid cocktail:

1. Put ice in a simple cocktail shaker.
2. Pour all three ingredients into the shaker.
3. Shake it up well to mix the flavors.
4. Strain Surfer on Acid into a Collins Glass or shot glass.

There are multiple variations in the Surfer on Acid recipe. Basically, you can adjust the ingredient ratios (for example: 1/4 oz. Jägermeister, 1/3 oz. coconut rum, and 1/2 oz. pineapple juice), or different brands of rum, in order to get subtle changes.

The Surfer on Acid tastes very good, but it still is an alcoholic drink. Enjoy responsibly and don't drink, drive and surf.