Recipe by kckooks
"A light and fruity rum drink from the Bahamas. The ginger beer is a Bahamian secret; it's non-alcoholic and can be found at higher-end grocery stores. For added flavor I use a pineapple rum."
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1/2 (12 ounce) bottle
There's nothing more refreshing than having a drink in the summer time made from Pineapple & Orange Juice. I haven't made this yet, but I have been making drinks w/Ginger Beer. And ladies Ginger Beer also comes in Diet (no sugar). I believe the regular Ginger Beer is 26 or 27 grams of sugar. I'll update this review after I try this, but for now, I can taste this drink w/little wedges of oranges on the rim of the glass! Mmmmm
Unlike a prior review, I actually made this recipe. This drink is extremely fruity, and for me it had a kick! I can't say it was entirely potent, but it won't sneak up on you - it will come at you full force like the strength of a hurricane!
This was amazing. I left out the grenadine and the second batch I used a whole bottle of Ginger Beer and everyone liked the extra ginger flavor.
These were superb. I thought they might be too sweet, but nope -- they were perfect. I did add a whole can of ginger beer instead of wasting the second half of the can, but otherwise made the recipe as is. Unless you plan to serve this over ice, I suggest shaking some in a cocktail shaker over ice before serving, so that the cocktails are icy cold.
It was pretty good. Pretty much just a different kind of rum punch.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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