Hurricanes are a favorite cocktail in the Caribbean, and the drink is often associated with the people who live there. The hurricane cocktail history has been traced to Cuba in 1930. When president Franklin D. Roosevelt went on a trip to Cuba during Prohibition, he was served this drink by then Cuban President Batista. The president loved it so much that he shared it with his friends back in the United States and they started making their own versions of it at home. Since then, many people have continued making their own versions of this popular drink, and every one has a different recipe for the ingredients required to make it properly.
The ingredients for hurricane cocktail history can be found at your local liquor store or supermarket. They include rum, fresh lime juice, grenadine and passion fruit puree.
2 ounces light rum
2 ounces dark rum
1 ounce lime juice, freshly squeezed
1 ounce orange juice, freshly squeezed
½ ounce passion fruit puree
½ ounce simple syrup
1 tsp grenadine
Garnish: orange half-wheel
Garnish: preserved cherry
1. Add the light and dark rums, lime and orange juices, passion fruit puree, simple 2. syrup and grenadine into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.
3. Strain into a large Hurricane glass over fresh ice.
4. Garnish with an orange half-wheel and a preserved cherry.
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