Mardi Gras Hurricane with a bit of a twist
.75 oz Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum
.75 oz. Captain Morgan White Rum
2 oz. Passion Fruit Juice
1 oz Orange Juide
Juice of a half lime
1 tblsp Simple Sytrup
1 tblsp Grenadin
Garnish with Cherry and Orange Slices
How to Make:
1. Add Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum. Cataion Morgan White Rum. Passion Fruit Juice, Orange Juice, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup and Grenadin into a shaker.
2. Shake and Pour into crushed ice-filled Hurricane glass or other specialty Glass.
Garnish with Orange and cherry
About the Author
Linda L. Kane MA in Education, PPS, School Psychologist, and Learning Disability Specialist, is the author of Death on the Vine, Chilled to the Bones and The Black Madonna. She lives with her husband, three dogs, one bird, and eight horses in California.
The sky is bigger, the ground harder, the freshly grown produce amazing, and the people diversified where I live in sunny, make it very sunny, Fresno, California.
We moved here with little to no expectations except to move back to our hometown of Huntington Beach within 5 years. Thirty-nine years later we have grown to love our home in the San Joaquin Valley, the people, and the opportunities that were afforded us. I was able to receive a masters’ degree and work at a local college.
Today I write and edit, paint, play with my two grandchildren, my three dogs, ride my Saddlebred horses and drive my Hackney pony and enjoy life to the fullest.
Linda Lee Kane on the web:
Death on the Vine
Just before high school graduation, Daisy Murphy returns home from a football game and finds her mother standing over her abusive boyfriend’s body—holding a bloody hammer. In the aftermath, Daisy flees her home and eventually establishes a new life as an expert winemaker in the Central Valley of California. But as hard as she tries to get away from her past, the effects of that horrible night travel with her.
Detective Jake Frisco has unearthed a murder at the vineyard where Daisy is employed as the winery’s expert winemaker. It doesn’t take long to discover that Daisy is haunted by her past and carries a heavy burden. It seems that possible involvement in an unsolved murder is part of her life’s baggage. Does this put Daisy at the top of the suspect’s list? Can he put aside his growing feelings for her and follow the leads in the case, even if they take him straight to her as the murderer?
Can Daisy finally face her past and trust that the truth she offers the Detective will be enough to save her? Will she find the courage to ask for a future beyond the sorrow of her youth—a future filled with love and self-worth?
If I drank alcohol that drink might sound good.ReplyDelete
I think you'll love it even without the alcohol. Give it a shot!Delete
This sounds like a fun read! I have not had a hurricane in years. I used to love them but as I got older my stomach can no longer handle the hard liquor. So beer and wine it is!ReplyDelete
It is a fun read, exciting page turner. And if you like wine...as I see you do you'll love the inside information about wine, and the prolific forgeing of wine. Check it out.Delete
looks delicious !ReplyDelete
Oh it is! I limit myself to one a year (okay a large one).Delete
The book sounds great! Daisy has a lot to deal with!!ReplyDelete
That's a pretty & yummy-looking drink :)
Daisy does have a lot to deal with but she's a survivior. I think you'll love the tongue and cheek responses she gives to a certain detective, particularly about the handcuffs.Delete
Sounds like it would be delicious if you like rum. I unfortunately can't go near the stuff...ReplyDelete
Do a virgin hurricane...you might like it.Delete
Oh my gosh. I remember Hurricanes from my honeymoon is New Orleans many years ago. Is O'Brien's still around?ReplyDelete
A taste of wine, roses, money and murder. Love it:)
I really think you'll love the book..sounds like its right up your alley. Last I remeber O'Brien's was still around.Delete
The cocktail sounds delicious and the book sounds good!ReplyDelete
I really like the Hurricane, it's fun as a Mardi Gras drink to serve to guests. The book is a fun read, exciting, and if you like wine...you'll learn information you may not have known about it.Delete
My son will LOVE this!ReplyDelete
He is a huge fan of Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum...and he love cocktails of all kinds.
The book sounds amazing too...just the thing for a good holiday read in the summer!
Many thanks for sharing...:))
Have a great weekend!
Hi Ygraine...love your name. Yes, I think your son will love the drink. It is a great get away book for the summer.Delete
That drink sounds delicious and probably a big dangerous as you'd probably want to have more than one :-)ReplyDelete
Oh you are so right. I had one and had a hard time getting down a ramp on a ship. They are so good, don't taste like a coctail, but it can hit you. Check out the book, I think you'll love to give that a whirl as well.Delete