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Neelys Hurricane
Food Network Rating: (16 Reviews)
Total Time: 5 minutes   Yield: 1 serving
Level: Easy   Cuisine: Southern
Directions: Fill the hurricane glasses with ice. Mix the rums, passion fruit juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, and grenadine in an ice filled shaker. Strain into the hurricane glasses. Garnish with a wheel of orange. More »
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