Cocktail New Orleans
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- Yield: Makes one 12-ounce cocktail
June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season but the powerful hurricane cocktail is available in New Orleans year-round. They say it was actually called a hurricane because it’s served in a glass that is shaped like a hurricane lamp. While the drink was invented at Pat O’Brien’s during World War II, you can find hurricanes all over town. One of our favorites is at Mulate’s Cajun Restaurant. It really packs a punch!
- 1/2 shot 151 rum
- 1/2 shot rum
- Splash Melon Liqueur
- Orange Juice
- Hurricane Mix
- Fill a 12-oz. glass with ice.
- Add both rums and melon liqueur.
- Fill with orange juice and Hurricane Mix.
Recipe By: Mulate's Cajun Restaurant
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