How to make The Hurricane Cocktail

Mardi Gras! And what is the drink of Mardi Gras? A Hurricane of course! This cocktail goes back a long way and has changed into an almost completely different drink over the years. Regardless of the change, it’s still great to drink when you are down in New Orleans celebrating Mardi Gras. Just don’t ask…

How to make The Hurricane Cocktail




Mardi Gras! And what is the drink of Mardi Gras? A Hurricane of course! This cocktail goes back a long way and has changed into an almost completely different drink over the years. Regardless of the change, it’s still great to drink when you are down in New Orleans celebrating Mardi Gras. Just don’t ask me what I had to do to get these beads

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The Original Hurricane Cocktail
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In a shaker glass combine:
-4oz Dark Jamaican Rum
-2oz Passion Fruit Syrup
-2oz Lemon Juice

-Shake well with lots of crushed ice, enough to fill 2/3 of the shaker tin. Pour unstrained into a large hurricane glass, adding more ice to fill. Serve with a straw.
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The Modern Hurricane Cocktail
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In a shaker glass combine:
-2oz White rum
-2oz Dark rum
-1oz Lime juice
-1oz Orange juice
-2oz Passion fruit juice
-1⁄2oz Simple syrup
-1⁄2oz Grenadine

Toss in some ice. Shake, and strain into a large Hurricane glass filled with fresh ice.Garnish with an orange half-wheel and a cherry
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