The Goldeneye cocktail is a Jamaican recipe made with a combination of rum, pineapple juice, and lime juice. In order to prepare it, all ingredients should be shaken with ice or blended, then poured into a lowball glass garnished with a pineapple wedge or a lime wheel.
This The GoldenEye Cocktail will bring the fresh feeling of the islands to your next party. And remember it’s better, as James Bond says, “shaken, not stirred”.
To make this fun cocktail start with a lowball glass and ice. Pour one ounce of white Rum over the ice, add in two ounces of Pineapple juice, a squeeze of lime, then top the drink with another ounce of white Rum and use a pineapple wedge for a garnish.
The GoldenEye Cocktail
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- 1/4 cup Jamaican Rum
- 1/4 cup pineapple juice
- Fresh lime juice to taste
- Lime or pineapple wedge for garnish
- Add rum, pineapple juice, and a squeeze of lime juice to cocktail shaker. Shake well; pour into ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with lime or pineapple wedge.
- Only use white rum. You might be tempted to use spiced rum because you have it on hand. I promise you that is not a good idea. Spiced rum & White Rum are not the same.
- Fresh pineapple juice is the best here. Canned pineapple juice tastes like it’s been in a can. Something’s not right.
- Only a squeeze of lime: a whole tsp would be too much. Just give it a boop…little light squeeze.
- Use plenty of ice goes in the glass, fill it more than halfway.
Did you know? The origin of the word cocktail is disputed. The first recorded use of cocktail not referring to a horse is found in The Morning Post and Gazetteer in London, England, March 20, 1798
The name “GoldenEye” pays homage to James Bond’s creator, Ian Fleming. While working for British Naval Intelligence as a lieutenant commander, Fleming liaised with the Naval Intelligence Division to monitor developments in Spain after the Spanish Civil War, in an operation codenamed Operation Goldeneye. Fleming used the name for his estate in Oracabessa, Jamaica.
There were two James Bond films were filmed in Jamaica, Dr. No and Live and Let Die.
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