Why is the rum all gone? Because we've taken it for making a drink suitable for a scalawag or salty wench. Fans of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, or movie, know that rum is important. It's the drink of pirates! Since we are in pursuit of pirates, we've got what they're looking for - RUM.
So grab your sword, compass and rum... and let's get started with my recipe for Stranded with Captain Jack Sparrow.
|Stranded with Capt. Jack Sparrow|
2 oz coconut rum
1 oz spiced rum
Fresh lime juice
- In a cocktail shaker mix coconut and spiced rum.
- Use the lime to wet the top of the glass and dip into margarita salt; kosher salt will also work.
- Pour into a lowball glass over ice.
- Add a squeeze of fresh lime juice and serve
So drink up me hearties, yo ho!
If you haven't visited Kristen over at Cooking with Mickey, I highly recommend that you do. She shares a lot of Disney dining reviews and Disney recipes. You can follow her on Twitter at @CookingwMickey and on Facebook at Cooking with Mickey.
On Monday, January 23rd, Chad from Days in the Park will be sharing his thoughts on the Disneyland version of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction!
Here are the posts included in the entire series:
- Part #1 ~ Where My Disney Obsession Truly Began
- Part #2 ~ No Flash Photography Please! Dark Ride Photo Tips with Deb at Focused on the Magic
- Part #3 ~ Putting Pirates on Those Pages! Scrapbooking Ideas and Layouts with Mary of Capturing Magical Memories
- Part #4 ~ Stranded with Captain Jack Sparrow a Pirate Inspired Recipe with Kristen of Cooking with Mickey
- Part #5 ~ We Wants the Redhead! A Disneyland Perspective from Chad at Days in the Parks
- Part #6 ~ A Disneyland Perspective of the Pirates of the Caribbean Attraction with Amanda at Manda's Disney Blog