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Texas Hurricane Recipe
  • READY IN 10 mins

Texas Hurricane

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"This beverage is known for its 'sneak up and blow you away' power. There are many different versions, but I believe you will find mine a very good blend of rums, other alcoholic beverages and fruit juices. If you can walk after two of these...well...you just think you can. Everything is bigger and better in Texas -- just try this and see."

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  • PREP

    10 mins
  • READY IN

    10 mins

Directions

  1. Fill a hurricane glass with ice. Pour in the rum, coconut rum, vodka, gin, triple sec, orange juice, pineapple juice, and grenadine. Stir well with a bar spoon, then pour the 151 rum over the back of the spoon to float the liquor on top of the drink. Garnish the glass with orange, lime, and a cherry.
  2. Sip with a straw from the bottom for a 'sneak up on you' punch or sip from the top for a 'knock you down' twister.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
May 29, 2008

These will sneak up on you. They are so good. Just get yourself planted somewhere and enjoy.

 
Most Helpful Critical Review
Feb 22, 2013

really strong alcohol taste. did not care for the gin in it.

 

9 Ratings

Aug 12, 2011

I read the description and decided this would be a drink best sipped slowly and while lying down! Good drink use quality products for a quality drink!

 
May 30, 2008

Yum! This kicks butt!

 
May 29, 2011

What a smash!!!(yes,Smash)! I made two batche's. The second, I left out the coconut rum. It went faster than the first one !! And, yes, Park yourself some where low to the ground!!!

 
Sep 28, 2013

Perfect hurricane! Just like we remember from the beach, only stronger :) We didn't want to buy special hurricane glasses, so one-half recipe fit nicely in a standard wine glass. I'm a 150 lb woman, and after 2 wine glasses (1 recipe) I was silly drunk! I had a third wine glass, which caused a mild hangover the next morning, so I told my husband to stop me at 2 wine glasses next time. This recipe has a fantastic kick:alcohol-taste ratio, and for the second batch I enjoyed adding another 1/2 ounce each of the flavored liqueurs to make it even smoother. ATTENTION anyone who hates even the slightest taste of alcohol: this recipe is not for you! Stick to the recipes which have a higher juice:liquor ratio, and leave this recipe for the grown-ups! ;)

 
Apr 03, 2013

I left out the gin and 151....these are really strong without them and I don't like gin, so I didn't use it. I used Captain Morgan for the rum, Malibu for the coconut rum and Titos Vodka. I also added an oz of Passion Fruit Juice per drink. It adds alittle more tropical flavor and is yummy. I garnished each drink with a slice of a star fruit and a marachino cherry:) soooo good!

 
Sep 09, 2012

You weren't kidding when you said if you think you can walk away after two, you just think you can. I'm embarassed to admit I had to be practically carried to the bedroom after these wild hurricanes. The flavor of the drink was very good, just stick to one though! :)

 

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