Jamaican Smile Recipe - Where can I find it?
by Cathy D
(Fulton, MO, USA)
QUESTION: My husband & I went to Montego Bay for our honeymoon in May 2011. We stayed at the Sandals Resort and had a wonderful time. Jamaica is so absolutely beautiful! We enjoyed a drink called Jamaican Smile. I asked how to make it and was told there is Strawberry, Coconut Rum, Banana Rum, Rum Cream or Bailey's and Ice. Is this correct? I was not told the exact amount used to make the drink. I have looked online but none of the recipes are the same. Please Help! We are looking forward to our next trip to Jamaica. Think we are going to stay in Ocho Rios next time. Thank You For Your Time. ANSWER:
August 3, 2011 by Wellesley
Congrats on your visit here my friend! I am elated to hear that you had such a wonderful time too!
I am not too familiar with this drink (Jamaican Smile) myself, but I've gotten some information for you.
This is a very simple recipe, but should work wonders just the same :-)
· 2 oz Strawberry Daiquiri Mix
· 1 Ripe Banana
· 2 oz Pina Colada Mix
· 2 oz white rum
· 2 oz Rum Cream (Bailey's or Sangster's)
· Strawberry Syrup to taste
Place all Ingredients in a blender and blend with crushed ice until it is smooth.
That's it! That will will enough for two servings.
Enjoy my friend.
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