1 1⁄4 oz Gin
1⁄2 oz Lemon juice
1⁄2 oz Passion fruit syrup
1⁄4 oz Falernum
1⁄4 oz Orgeat

Blend with a cup of ice until smooth. Pour unstrained into a Pilsner glass or other tall glass.


I've found that a softer gin works well when shaking rather than blending. The orgeat can result in an unpleasantly musky nose in this drink if shaken; to avoid, omit the syrup or blend with lots of ice as in the original instructions.


Won 1967's IBA World Cocktail Championship

Cocktail summary
Created by
J. "Popo" Galsini, 1967.
Is an
authentic recipe

Jeff Berry, Beachbum Berry's Taboo Table, p. 87.

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  • Prepared shaken and served up. Definitely sweet; I could see going light on passion fruit or amping up the lemon/gin amounts when doing it this way.
  • Light but delicious
  • Made per Smuggler's Cove recipe, with 3/4 oz lemon juice and shaken/strained cocktail rather than blended. Very tasty
  • Easy on the Orgeat
  • Tasty and easy going. I wondered if it would be too sweet and it might have been by a little. Might be worth trying to shave the passionfruit back and boost the lemon a touch. — ★★★★
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