Bahama Mama Cocktail
It may be the middle of winter, but that isn’t going to stop me drinking lots of summery Tiki cocktails. The Bahama Mama is just such a delightfully fruity and refreshing drink, that can sure pack a wallop due to the rum. Many recipes I see for this drink are pretty light on the alcohol, but this variation is no slouch.
This recipe (like many Tiki drinks) calls for multiple types of rum. In this case, a standard young rum and a funky pot still rum. The Bahamas aren’t actually known for making their own rum, so you can use Cuban, or Jamaican, or any Caribbean rum you like.
A Funky Bahama Mama Recipe
50 ml White Rum – I recommend Havana Club 3-year
50 ml Pot Still Rum – I recommend Smith & Cross
20 ml Creme de Banan – Any good banana liqueur will do.
30 ml Orange Juice
30 ml Pineapple Juice
15 ml Grenadine
Add all ingredients to a shaker filled with ice cubes. Give a short shake for a few seconds, then open pour the shaker into a large glass. Garnish with fresh or dried fruit and enjoy!
- Cocktail Shaker
- 50 ml White Rum I recommend Havana Club 3-year
- 50 ml Pot Still Rum I recommend Smith & Cross
- 20 ml Creme de Banan Any good banana liqueur will do.
- 30 ml Orange Juice
- 30 ml Pineapple Juice
- 15 ml Grenadine
- Add all ingredients to a shaker filled with ice cubes. Give a short shake for a few seconds, then open pour the shaker into a large glass. Garnish with fresh or dried fruit and enjoy!
Tasty Tiki Cocktails
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