Hurricane

Hurricane Rum Cocktail

 

Hurricane Rum Cocktail

Hurricane

The Hurricane was created in New Orleans back in the 1940s. It was created out of necessity, when whiskey was in short supply due to the war. Rum was in abundance, and some suppliers would only sell a case of whiskey if it was accompanied by two cases of rum. Bars then had plenty of rum on hand, which forced them to get creative to move the stock!
This drink is large and boozy but you can always halve the measurements for a more responsible version.
3.40 from 43 votes

Ingredients
 

  • 120 ml dark Jamaican rum (I used Brix Australian Rum)
  • 60 ml lemon juice
  • 60 ml passion fruit syrup

Instructions
 

  • Combine all the ingredients to your cocktail shaker
  • Whip shake with pebble ice to chill and dilute
  • Pour over pebble ice into a hurricane glass
  • Top with more pebble ice
  • Garnish with a lemon wheel, or pineapple & maraschino
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