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by Sanchit

I had this concoction for the first time in Cochin on a naval ship while visiting my brother. The sultry weather / heat did not demand consumption of any black rum but the bar tender laid out this amazing drink for me and i have become a big fan since (like many other naval men are!) Read More »


The story of the drink’s origin holds that, due to difficulties importing Scotch to the US during World War II, liquor salesmen forced bar owners to buy up to 50 cases of their much more abundant rum in order to secure a single case of good whiskey. The barmen at Pat O’Brien’s (718 St. Peter St., 504-525-4823) soon came up with an alluring recipe to clear through their bulging surplus of rum. When they decided to serve it up in a tall, jaunty glass shaped like a hurricane lamp, the hurricane cocktail was born. Today, even the glass itself is a souvenir of New Orleans, and servers at Pat O’Brien’s will helpfully box yours to go when you’re finished. Read More »

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