After one sip, you won’t be in a tropical depression.

When you start mixing several flavored rums in a fruitiful cocktail, you’re going to get something sweet and strong. The flavors mask the rum and you can end up with a drink that is nearly all liquor with a splash of juice and it still tastes great. Today’s drink recipe is just that.

The drink is called The Caribbean Storm and was introduced to me by Castaway Scott. He posted this link from the Tipsy Bartender, a fun site that posts tons of great cocktail videos.

The name fits this glass of boom boom juice perfectly. Rum, rum, rum, and then the boom…Everclear. Yes, you read that right. Now if I was creating this drink I would probably not have chosen to put Everclear in it. Maybe 151 or some Jamaican Wray and Nephew, but that’s just me and my rum slanted mind.

Some other names that might work for this cocktail could be; Category 5, Eye of the Storm, Mother Nature’s Fury, I Wet My Pants…  Can you think of any?

Enjoy the Caribbean Storm!

Are you ready to make one of these yourself? Here are the ingredients so you can mix this concoction at home.

The Caribbean Storm Drink Recipe

Ingredients:
Pink Layer:

  • 1/2 oz. (15ml) Pineapple Rum
  • 1/2 oz. (15ml) Mango Rum
  • 1/2 oz. (15ml) Banana Rum
  • 2 oz. (60ml) Calypso Triple Melon Lemonade

Purple Layer:

  • 1 oz. (30ml) Blue Curacao
  • 1/2 oz. (15ml) Everclear
  • 2 oz. (60ml) Lemon Lime Soda

Mixing Instruction: No need to list out, just watch the video above. Then raise your glass and toast!

If you mix the Caribbean Storm up, let me know what you think. I know that it’s going to have a big kick in the pants! Enjoy responsibly.

Want More Rum Drink Recipes?

Want more Caribbean rum drink recipes? Click here to see our list of 52 rum drinks and how to make them. Invite some friends over and impress them with your rum skills, because each one tastes like paradise in a glass.

Every good mixologist needs some good cocktail making gear. I recommend this cocktail mixing set, it has everything you need and it’s what I use at home.

Cheers!
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