New Orleans Hurricane Drink Recipe

Feel like you are in New orleans and on Bourbon St. with this Hurricane drink recipe. Drink through a straw from the bottom first. Starts out calm, but gets stormy towards the end. Ginger Ale or Tonic Water can be used in place of the 7-Up.

New Orleans Hurricane Ingredients

  • 2 oz. Bacardi Light Rum
  • 1 oz. Bacardi 151
  • 2 oz. Passion Fruit Concentrate
  • 8 oz. 7-Up
  • 1 oz. Lime Juice

New Orleans Hurricane Directions

  1. put ice into a drink shaker
  2. shake all except 151
  3. pour liquid into a Hurricane or other large specialty glass
  4. float 151 on top

Non Sequitur

A hurricane is a powerful, spiraling storm that begins over a warm sea, near the equator. When a hurricane hits land, it can do great damage through its fierce winds, torrential rains, inland flooding, and huge waves crashing ashore. A powerful hurricane can kill more people and destroy more property than any other natural disaster.

Hurricanes are given a different label, depending on where they occur. If they begin over the North Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, or the Northeast Pacific Ocean, they are called hurricanes. Like storms that occur in the Northwest Pacific Ocean west of the imaginary International Date Line are called typhoons. Near Australia and in the Indian Ocean, they are referred to as tropical cyclones.

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