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  • Samoan Typhoon – Your Weekend Tiki Cocktail Recipe

    Posted on February 10th, 2012 "Tiki Chris" Pinto 2 comments
    Samoan Typhoon

    Samoan Typhoon

    It’s been a while since I gave you kids an exotic cocktail recipe for a Volcano Bowl, and keeping with last week’s rum-soaked, passion fruit syrup-laden drink, I figured I’d give you Tiki drink you can share with your friends…

    Samoan Typhoon

    2 oz honey mix (equal parts honey and water, heated until honey dissolves)
    8 oz fresh lime juice
    4 oz pineapple juice
    4 oz orange juice
    4 oz passion fruit syrup
    8 oz gold rum
    2 oz dark rum
    3 oz vodka
    4 cups crushed ice
    1 oz 151 rumpin-up-lay-down

    Dissolve honey mix in lime juice, then put in blender with all other ingredients, adding the ice last. Blend for 15 seconds. Depending on the size of your blender you may have to do half the recipe at a time. Pour into your volcano bowl, pour a shot of 151 into the top and light it up, stick those lonnnnng straws in and have a ball!

    -Tiki Chris P. reporting from the Pirate’s Cove Tiki Bar, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

     

    2 responses to “Samoan Typhoon – Your Weekend Tiki Cocktail Recipe” RSS icon

    • Wow! What a drink. I happened upon your Tiki website and found this powerhouse of a drink you were recommending. I have to remind myself that the drink should be shared with others…(ha-ha) It was very very tasty.(I even have the same Trader Vic’s drinking vass as was pictured)

      The only thing that I changed from the recipe(because I did not have any on hand) was the honey. I used agave nector instead.

      Since finding Tiki lounge talk.com, I like the Tiki Vibe you give off. I’ll be back for more Tiki fun in the future.

      Signed,
      Mr. Riggs
      A Minnesota Tiki lover.

    • Wow! What a drink. I happened upon your Tiki website and found this powerhouse of a drink you were recommending. I have to remind myself that the drink should be shared with others…(ha-ha) It was very very tasty.(I even have the same Trader Vic’s drinking vass as was pictured)

      The only thing that I changed from the recipe(because I did not have any on hand) was the honey. I used agave nector instead.

      Since finding Tiki lounge talk.com, I like the you Tiki Vibe give off. I’ll be back for more Tiki fun in the future.

      Signed,
      Mr. Riggs
      A Minnesota Tiki lover.


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