Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
This drink takes its name from a lively festival celebrated annually in the Bahamas, Key West, and other tropical islands. Originating in Africa and the West Indies, the festival featured dancers who used a skin-covered drum they called a "gombey," meaning rhythm. Traditionally dancers wore high, feathered headdresses, colorful costumes, and sometimes fanciful or bizarre masks. From "The Florida Keys Cookbook" and posted for ZWT5.
- 3 ounces white rum
- 3 ounces coconut rum
- 3 ounces apricot brandy
- 3 tablespoons grenadine
- 3 cups pineapple juice
- 4 pieces pineapple, spears
- Put all ingredients except pineapple spears in a blender and process until frothy. Serve over ice in a tall glass and garnish with pineapple spear.
- NOTE: This colorful drink, which is a frothy pink because of the grenadine, is so smooth you can easily get smashed!
I used less grenadine cause we don't like our drinks too sweet. This drink is very good, very tropical. Thanks FloridaNative :) Made for Holiday tag