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Barracuda Ingredients

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How to make the Barracuda cocktail recipe?

Embark on a tropical journey with the Barracuda Cocktail, a vibrant libation that evokes the spirit of paradise in every sip. Meticulously crafted, this refreshing blend harmonizes 45 ml of Gold Rum with 15 ml of Galliano, elevated by 60 ml of Fresh Pineapple Juice and a dash of Fresh Lime Juice. Topped up with Prosecco and garnished with pineapple and cherry, each sip offers a tantalizing blend of flavors that transports you to sun-drenched shores. Elevate your cocktail experience and savor the exotic charm of the Barracuda Cocktail!

Barracuda cocktail ingredients:

° Gold Rum: 45 ml (approximately 1.5 oz or 4.5 cl) – Infuses the cocktail with rich and complex flavors.
° Galliano: 15 ml (approximately 0.5 oz or 1.5 cl) – Adds a hint of herbal sweetness and depth.
° Pineapple Juice: 60 ml (approximately 2. oz or 6 cl) – Provides a refreshing tropical base.
° Lime Juice: 1 dash – Adds a zesty citrus kick.
° Prosecco: To top up – Adds effervescence and lightness to the cocktail.
° Garnish: Pineapple and Cherry – Enhances aroma and visual appeal.

Barracuda recipe instructions:

1) Chill the Glass: Begin by chilling a cocktail glass to maintain optimal temperature.
2) Combine Ingredients: In a shaker, mix Gold Rum, Galliano, Fresh Pineapple Juice, and a dash of Fresh Lime Juice.
3) Shake Vigorously: Shake the ingredients with ice until well-mixed and chilled.
4) Strain: Strain the mixture into the chilled glass.
5) Top Up: Top up the cocktail with Prosecco for a sparkling finish.
6) Garnish: Garnish with a slice of pineapple and a cherry for a tropical touch.
7) Serve Immediately: Present and enjoy this exotic libation promptly, embracing the vibrant charm of the Barracuda Cocktail!

The Barracuda drink is an IBA Official Cocktail.

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