The Hurricane cocktail deserves its name: tracing its roots back to 1940s New Orleans where it was first served in a speakeasy that, legend has it, could only be entered if you uttered the words “storm’s brewin’”. Once a favourite of seafaring men, it’s now popular amongst privateers and civilians alike.
The Hurricane recipe is a mix of white rum and Original Spiced Gold, passion fruit juice, mango juice, lime juice and sugar syrup; it’s a real taste of the tropics. Take the Captain’s advice and enjoy a Hurricane or two as the sun sets.
Make like a New Orleanian and serve yours in traditional hurricane glasses. Best enjoyed under a palm tree on a desert island.
What you'll need.
For one serving
- 20 mlCaptain Morgan Original Spiced Gold
- 20 mlCaptain Morgan White Rum
- 55 mlPassion fruit juice
- 30 mlOrange juice
- half Lime juice
- 1 tspSimple syrup
- 1 tspGrenadine
- 1 Cherry
- 1 Orange slice
- 1 GlassfulCubed Ice
Add Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold, Captain Morgan White Rum, passion fruit juice, orange juice, lime juice, simple syrup and grenadine in a shaker with the ice.
Strain into a large hurricane glass filled with fresh ice.
Garnish with a slice of orange and a cherry.