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Zombie Cocktail

  • 2 parts Bacardi Superior Rum

  • 1 ⅓ parts Bacardi Gold Rum

  • 1 part Triple Sec Liqueur

  • 2 parts Sweet and Sour Mix

  • 2 parts Orange Juice

  • 1 parts Grenadine (or Blue Curacao)

  • 1 bunch Cherries

  • 1 whole Orange, Sliced

  • ice, cubed

1. Put lots of ice and all of the ingredients except the grenadine/Blue Curaçao into a shaker. Remember you can make sugar syrup with equal parts water and sugar or simply buy it pre-made.



2. Shake for about 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well, then strain the mix into the glass over ice (you could fill your glass with ice and pour the mix straight in, or - to look flash - strain it over ice separately and then add to a glass containing fresh ice)



3. Pour a little of the grenadine/Blue Curaçao over the drink so it floats on top - gently does it!

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Named at a time when a lot of booze went into this drink, our version is lighter with two kinds of rum rounded off by the tropical fruit flavours.
Method

1. Put lots of ice and all of the ingredients except the grenadine/Blue Curaçao into a shaker. Remember you can make sugar syrup with equal parts water and sugar or simply buy it pre-made.

2. Shake for about 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well, then strain the mix into the glass over ice (you could fill your glass with ice and pour the mix straight in, or - to look flash - strain it over ice separately and then add to a glass containing fresh ice)

3. Pour a little of the grenadine/Blue Curaçao over the drink so it floats on top - gently does it!

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  • 2 parts Bacardi Superior Rum

  • 1 ⅓ parts Bacardi Gold Rum

  • 1 part Triple Sec Liqueur

  • 2 parts Sweet and Sour Mix

  • 2 parts Orange Juice

  • 1 parts Grenadine (or Blue Curacao)

  • 1 bunch Cherries

  • 1 whole Orange, Sliced

  • ice, cubed