Thursday, February 16, 2012

Husbands Hurricane

Day 1

HUSBANDS HURRICANE COCKTAIL
(5 stars out of 5)


Day One of my Year of Cocktails and I didn't have to search far to find my first cocktail recipe.  

My husband has his own version of a Hurricane that I MUST say is absolutely awesome!  

Now my husband isn't one for "measuring" anything, he just adds and pours and announces how much he's put in.  Me on the other hand, I have my measuring cups, spoons and shot glasses with me and ready to use so that I know exactly how much of each item I'm adding in.

Tonight's drink I give 5 stars out of 5!  


This is absolutely an amazing drink.  

There are quite a few different ingredients to make it......maybe all of the different ingredients is why I've never ventured away from my "vodka cran" and "rum & coke" 2-ingredient cocktails when I'm making a drink?  I think too many ingredients used to scare me, but not anymore!  I'm a cocktail adventurer now!  Bring on the multiple ingredients.

  

 Here is a photo of the end product:                                    


hurricane cocktail, Myers rum, dark rum, malibu rum, coconut rum, rum, lime juice, cointreau, pineapple juice, orange juice, simple syrup



 Here is a photo of the main ingredients:

hurricane cocktail, Myers rum, dark rum, malibu rum, coconut rum, rum, lime juice, cointreau, pineapple juice, orange juice, simple syrup



OK, so here's the recipe for "Husbands Hurricane Cocktail":


·                     6 ice cubes (see I told you I like to measure and know exactly what I'm adding into my cocktails)
·                     1/2 of a shot of Myers's Rum-original dark  (yes it's supposed to have the s's in Myers's....I had to double check)
·                     1 shot of Malibu Caribbean Rum with coconut liqueur
·                     1/2 of a shot of Bacardi Rum (the clear one)
·                     1tsp of Lime Juice
·                     1tsp of Cointreau
·                     2 shots of Pineapple Juice 
·                     2 shots of Orange Juice (you can use the kind and pulpiness you like, mine has to be Pulp Free)
·                     1 Tbs of Bar Syrup (which is the same thing as Simple Syrup)
·                   1/4 ounce grenadine


In a shaker, add ice and all of the ingredients above except for the grenadine.  Shake and dump everything into a tall cocktail glass.  Then swirl the grenadine into your cocktail for a cool effect.



This is definitely going to be one of my new regular drinks to make.......now that I know how!  Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.





Enjoy!,

The Cocktail Lady
Cocktail Lady
Cocktail Lady

Hello! My name is Jen and I am The Cocktail Lady. I am a married mom of 4 who loves creating and trying new cocktails.

4 comments:

  1. yay! welcome to the blogosphere! I'm excited to follow along and learn new drinks. :-)

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  2. I made this one this weekend - good stuff! I thought it would be sweet enough for me without the simple syrup so I left it out. The pineapple juice and orange juice sweetened it up nicely. I'll definitely make this one again.

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    1. Oh Jan I'm glad you like this one! This is my absolute "Go To" cocktail when I just can't think of what I want. My husband will make these by the pitcher full when we have get togethers. It's a definite crowd pleaser!

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    2. Your husband definitely made a winner! :)

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