The Cubano Barracuda Cocktail is a cocktail recipe originating in Cuba and is made with a combination of gold rum, Galliano, pineapple juice, lime juice, and top with prosecco sparkling wine. To prepare the Cubano Barracuda Cocktail; combine the gold rum, Galliano, pineapple juice, and a dash of fresh lime juice. Then shaken with ice, straine into a cocktail glass, and top with prosecco sparkling wine.
If you want to complete the Havana experience, garnish with a pineapple wedge and a cherry.
Cubano Barracuda Cocktail
- 4.5 cl gold rum
- 1.5 cl Galliano
- 6 cl pineapple juice
- 1 dash fresh lime juice
- Top with Prosecco
- Shake pour ingredients with ice. Strain into glass, top with sparkling wine.
- Serve Straight up; without ice.
About The Barracuda
The Empire Mixology website searched for the origin of this cocktail but came up empty on this one. Most bartenders agree the drink became popular during the 1970s and may have something to do with the vehicle also named Barracuda being popular at the same time period. Others point to a classical origin for the cocktail. Its creator is lost to history.
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