Caribbean Romance

"Delicious and refreshing summer drink."
photo by Redsie photo by Redsie
photo by Redsie
photo by Redsie photo by Redsie
Ready In:


  • 2 ounces light rum
  • 1 ounce Amaretto
  • 1 12 ounces orange juice
  • 1 12 ounces pineapple juice
  • 1 dash grenadine
  • 34 cup ice


  • Shake all ingredients well with ice and pour into highball glass. Float grenadine on top and garnish with an orange, lemon, or lime slice.

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  1. I love fruity rum drinks and I love amaretto, so I love this! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Perfect blend of juice and alcohol - added a bit more juice because it was a bit too strong to my taste - but loved it!! Thanks evelyn! :)
  3. This was very nice! Shared it with a friend, who enjoyed it as well. Wish I had remembered to take a picture.
  4. Great cocktail! I found it a little sweet for my taste so just added a squeeze of lemon juice and it was perfect! Thank you! Made for ZWT3.
  5. Very nice! Sweet, froufy drink - just the kind I like. This one doesn't have much of a kick, which is okay with me, too. But a highball is an awful lot of glass for such a little amount of drink. Maybe in a double-old-fashioned with ice? That would be about the right size.


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