If your sailing on a Royal Caribbean ship, there’s a high chance you will be making a stop to their private resort in Haiti called Labadee. We made a stop there during our last cruise and we discovered a special cocktail that left an impression on us at this floating bar that we didn’t notice in our previous 2 visits.
All the way to the back of the resort, just under the Zipline is a beach called Adrenaline Beach. If you look to the left of the day beds you’ll find a bar floating in the middle of the water with ￼chickee huts to the right.
The only way to get to the bar is by swimming but once you climb up on the deck you must order an alcoholic beverage called the Labadoozie. It’s a punch that’s packed with tropical flavors that remind you why you love cruising so much.
If it will be a while before you can call one of those majestic Royal ships your temporary home, then here is a recipe that will make you close your eyes and wish you were on an island somewhere with the sand between your toes.
Makes one cocktail
- 1/2 oz Orange Juice Concentrate
- 1/2 oz Pineapple Juice Concentrate
- 1/2 oz Papaya Juice Concentrate
- 1/2 oz Coconut Cream
- 3/4 oz Dark Rum
- 3/4 oz Coconut Rum
- 1/4 oz Grenadine
- Crushed ice
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