"This is a drink from the Hard Rock Cafe. I don't really like sweet drinks and this one is not too sweet for me. But I have to mentionned that I always use unsweetened juice. The pineapple juice I use is Oasis. And for orange and grapefruit, it's Tropicana. And I don't always add the grenadine."
photo by Boomette photo by Boomette
photo by Boomette
photo by Boomette photo by Boomette
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  • Put ice in a Hurricane glass or a really tall glass.
  • Then add the white rum, dark rum and gin.
  • Add an equal quantity of pineapple juice, orange juice and grapefruit juice. (what I do is that I use equal quantity of orange and grapefruit juice, and a little bit of pineapple juice, all unsweetened).
  • Then you can put the amaretto on top.
  • Add grenadine. (I don't).
  • Garnish with a slice of orange.

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  1. Yum! I doubled the juice amounts to one ounce of each. It was a little too potent for me with less. Still, I can see why they call it a hurricane. I'm done with anything productive today, lol. I didn't find this as overly sweet as the other reviewers but I may not have added as much grendine (used just a splash). Thanks Boomie - one of my favorite bartenders :)
  2. This is a sweet drink and also very good. I cut down on the grapefruit juice for personal preference. Thanks for sharing!
  3. This is SWEET! I really enjoyed the citris combo and will definitely keep this recipe when I want a sweet cocktail. Thanks for sharing. I needed it. Cheers ~V
  4. I liked this after I added 1 ounce more of the pineapple and orange juices. I like my drink sweet. So after the adjustment it was perfect. I made this for the 1-2-3 Hit Wonders game 2007
  5. This is good! This Drink originated at the "Peter Pan Inn" in Germantown ,Md way back in the early `60's. Only diference was it was toped with a cherry.


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