Picture of Sarah Scrimshire

Sarah Scrimshire

Smoked Samoa Cocktail

Table of Contents

It’s girl scout cookie season!!! If you have been able to hold off from purchasing this year, I am sorry for the reminder and I guarantee you after you read this, you’ll be at your local grocery store stocking up at their table! Haha!

My favorite girl scout cookie is definitely a samoa (close second would be thin mints) so with that being said, I have been experimenting with a few recipes inspired by everyone’s favorite cookie flavors! This cocktail is made with creme de cacao, coconut vodka, and caramel liqueur along with a delicious rim of chocolate!

If you have a favorite girl scout cookie, I encourage you to pull out the flavors and send us your liquid cookie recipe this weekend! I’d love to see what you come up with!

***PRO TIP*** If you decide to rim the glass with chocolate, make sure you grab a damp cloth and gently wipe the chocolate off of the bottom of the smoker. DO NOT SUBMERGE THE SMOKER IN WATER TO CLEAN IT!

Smoked Samoa Cocktail

Your favotire cookie…liquified!
Prep Time5 minutes
Keyword: caramel, chocolate, coconut, creme de cacao, Vodka
Servings: 1


  • 1 Bowl or plate for chocolate syrup rim- optional
  • 1 Smokeshow Cocktail Smoker
  • 1 Butane Torch



  • 2 oz Coconut Vodka
  • 1 oz Creme de Cacao
  • 1 oz Caramel Liqueur
  • 3/4 oz Cream We used "light cream"

Garnish & Smoke

  • 1 pinch Cinnamon Smoke Dust
  • Chocolate Rim



  • Rim glass with chocolate- set aside
    Chocolate Rim
  • Pour all ingredients into glass except for cream.
    2 oz Coconut Vodka, 1 oz Creme de Cacao, 1 oz Caramel Liqueur

Garnish & Smoke

  • Smoke- remove smoker. Top with cream!
    1 pinch Cinnamon Smoke Dust, 3/4 oz Cream
  • LIGHTLY wipe the bottom of the smoker with a damp cloth to get rid of any chocolate on the smoker. DO NOT SATURATE SMOKER WITH WATER!

Share this post

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating

Related Posts

“Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self.”

-B.R. Ambedkar