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Drink Recipe: Tipsy Mermaid

 

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  • 8 oz spiced rum (like Captain Morgan)
  • 4 oz coconut rum
  • 24 oz pineapple juice
  • 2 oz fresh lime juice
  • 2 oz blue curacao

Pour all ingredients into a gallon pitcher.  Stir and pour over ice.  Garnish with limes.

Cheers!

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Party Punches For Phlocking Of The Phaithful

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If you’re headed to Put In Bay for the 22nd Annual Phlocking of The Phaithful (or just wish you were) get prepared ahead of time with these  one gallon punch recipes!

Citron My Face
One 750 ml bottle Absolut Citron
One Liter bottle sour mix
One 2 Liter bottle of 7-Up

Build in a gallon jug, then pour over ice.  Be sure to give it a little shake before pouring.

Put In Punch
Half of a 750 ml bottle of Captain Morgan
Half of a 750 ml bottle of Malibu
8 oz vanilla vodka
Pineapple & Cranberry Juice
7-Up (Optional)

In a gallon jug,  combine the liquors and balance with equal parts juices.    Store until ready.   Pour over ice in your favorite party cup.  Add a little 7-Up to make it fizzy, if desired.

 

 

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Old Fashioned Planter’s Punch

Rum has an official classification system on Jamaica, categorising the alcohol from light and clear to rich and dark varieties. Planter’s Punch, an International Bartenders’ Association Official Cocktail, combines dark rum, lemon juice, grenadine syrup and Angostura bitters, a potent mix of 44.7 per cent alcohol, herbs and spices that comes from Trinidad and Tobago.

Here’s an old time recipe in verse.  I can’t read it without singing it in my head.

A wine-glass with lemon juice fill, of sugar the same glass fill twice/Then rub them together until/The mixture looks smooth, soft, and nice./Of rum then three wine glasses add, /And four of cold water please take. A drink then you’ll have that’s not bad / At least, so they say in Jamaica.

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