A classic drink to have in your cocktail arsenal. Created during, where else, spring break in Florida. This concoction was the winning original drink in a contest between local bartenders. And don't let the risque name fool you, this one's nothing but sweet.
Combine all ingredients in a shaker filled with ice then shake 5-10 seconds
Strain into a hurricane or highball glass with fresh ice
Garnish with fruit and enjoy
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