How to make Barracuda cocktail
Like the fierce fish it’s named after, this cocktail has a deceptively sharp bite. Unlike most other fruity rum cocktails, this one has a bubbly wine topper that cuts back the sweetness and gives it a more complex flavor. The taste is a hybrid between a classic Mimosa and a light Rum Punch, making it both a classy drink and a crowd-pleaser on a hot day. That’s why I am sharing How to make Barracuda cocktail recipe today.
We can only assume the cocktail was named after the voracious ocean predator and as been far back as in the 1970s
The Barracuda is one of the latest cocktails to be added to the International Bar Tenders Association official listings, appearing alongside other New Era Drinks. You can add a spoonful of pineapple pulp if you want a sweeter drink, or go a little heavier on the Prosecco if you’re a Mimosa fan. The official recipe doesn’t call for grenadine, but a splash will give the cocktail a nice color and a hint of cherry flavor. Try out our Barracuda cocktail recipe today.
Here’s How to make Barracuda cocktail:
45ml Amber rum
60ml Pineapple juice
7.5ml Lime juice
7.5ml Grenadine (optional)
Its preparation is also quite easy.
- Fill a highball glass with ice
- Add the rum, Galliano, pineapple juice and lime juice
- Stir gently
- Top with Prosecco
- Add a dash of grenadine (optional)
- Garnish with a maraschino cherry and a lime wedge.
- Shake pour ingredients with ice
- Strain into glass
- Top with wine to get a sweet perfect taste.
Maraschino cherry and a lime wedge to garnish.
Due to the presence of Prosecco, the Barracuda cocktail could contribute towards preventing cancer. Let us know what you think about this Barracuda cocktail recipe.
So when next you’re getting or making a cocktail ensure you’re going for the BARRACUDA COCKTAIL.
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