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Prep. Time: 0:05
Serves: 1

1 1/4 oz. light rum
3/4 oz. dark rum
pineapple juice
orange juice
1 splash grenadine
1 splash sweet and sour mix
1 slice pineapple - for garnish

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-Fill a hurricane glass or pint glass with ice.
-Pour in alcohols, then fill glass with equal amounts of pineapple juice and orange juice.
-Pour in a splash of grenadine and sweet and sour mix.
-Cover and shake.
-Garnish with a slice of pineapple on the glass rim.

(2) Visitor Comments:

  • Long before there was the idea for the Hard Rock Cafe there was a Pat O'Brien's where the Hurricane was both invented and popularized. The Hard Rock and other imitators came later. Although I have no connection to Pat O'Brien's, I am a native New Orleanian and thought you might like to know this fact.

  • Hello Robbie, I'm sitting here with my mother who is 73 years young and I'm 51 on the 9th of May. The famous hurricane drink was made famous by Pat O'Briens in New Orleans Louisiana. We can go back as far as 1940 and my mother says she couldn't wait till she got of age to drink it. We was on your page getting a Amaretto recipe. Thanks it was wonderful. We had the recipe but lost it. We are from New Orleans. And now I live In McComb, Ms. You have a great day and take care.

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