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Deely,
The Original Recipe from the Soggy Dollar Bar appears in Beachbum Berry's Grog Log, and is as follows:
4 oz unsweetened pineapple juice
1 oz orange juice
1 oz Coco Lopez
2 1/2 oz Pusser's Rum or dark Jamaican Rum

Shake juices, Lopez, and rum with plenty of crushed ice. Pour unstrained into a tall glass or Tiki mug. Dust with cinnamon or nutmeg. Garnish with a pineapple stick, cinnamon stick, and orange wheel.

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Lucky the Painproof Man January 22, 2013

I had a Painkiller for the first time at a place in Santa Cruz. It was fantastic but I didn't really think I could come close at home. I did with this recipe!! I used Appleton Jamaican Rum in mine a little more than suggested. But I also adjusted the servings to two :-) GREAT Recipe!!

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Teddy's Mommy June 14, 2010

Tith the season, so Merry Chrithmath and Happy Hols!!

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gailanng December 28, 2012

I am a big wimp and made this without the rum and it was yummy! Just what a summer drink should taste like - I'm sure it would be even better with the rum (and on the Island!!!) Thanks for posting!

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Tamaretta May 23, 2010

Yum. Made this for a get together at our house. First good day of sunshine and warmth this year. It made the party! Thanks Deely

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RazorbackFan May 22, 2010

A wonerful add to this recipe is in the pantry. Sage. Burnt, it calms my nerve endings. It must be breathed into the body. Perhaps another way to get it in, is via an infusion of it as a tea. Enjoy no more pain. I've been using it for years. namasste~ oceans of light n love and angels 2 u and ur's willeyes

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wmlcox March 07, 2009

Hi Deely, my DH made this drink but reduced by half and did not use the nutmeg on top, we both gave this two thumbs up, we loved it, thanks for sharing!

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Kittencal@recipezazz May 18, 2008

Also very good to dip rim in honey & then dip in coconut, pour the drink then sprinkle w/ nutmeg! But either way it's really good.

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Bella Rachelle June 02, 2007

WOW. This is awesome. What a great combination and wonderful flavor. I can see having this during the upcoming holidays with family get togethers. I glad you got your favorite bartender to give you this recipe. Now if it will only make my neck pain go away. lol. Thanks so much Dee for a great drink and a definate keeper recipe.

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~Nimz~ September 21, 2005
The Original Painkiller