1 1⁄2 oz Bourbon
1⁄2 oz Passion fruit syrup
1⁄4 oz Grenadine

Blend at high speed for five seconds with plenty of ice, pour unstrained into a tall glass. Alternatively, shake and pour into a double old fashioned glass. Garnish with a slapped mint sprig.


Unusual Tiki cocktail. Buffalo Trace works well here. Rye is not recommended for this one.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Sandro Conti, the Kahiki, Colombus, Ohio, ca. 1961.
Is an
authentic recipe

Beachbum Berry's Grog Log by Jeff Berry & Annene Kaye, p. 66.

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Smugglers Cove has this as egg white, 2 oz. bourbon, 1 oz. fresh lemon juice, 3/4 oz. honey syrup, 1/2 oz. passion fruit syrup.

I followed the ingredients but took the flip suggestion. Tinkered with the amounts a bit after the dry shake (added grenadine to equal passionfruit, added a bit more bourbon to take the edge off the lemon). Delicious.

Made as per Smuggler's Cove spec with added 1/4oz fassionola syrup. The hibiscus plays really nicely with the egg white. It is unusual, and I like it...