Yellow Bird Is Going to Taste Delicious
It is Independence Day in Barbados on Sunday so that is a perfect reason to have a few cocktails along with a few bottles of Banks Beer this evening. I intend on starting off with a few Pina Coladas and then move on to a few dozen or so Yellow Birds.
Thankfully I have friends that travel to Barbados on a regular basis and they as guests like to bring me a few duty free bottles of spirits as they know of my reputation as a cocktail connoisseur, because if they never my drinks cabinet would be empty apart from local rum. The cost of non Caribbean Liquor in Barbados is outrageous.
Yellow Bird Cocktail Recipe
1.5 - Shots White Rum
0.25 – Shots Galliano
0.5 – Shots De Kuyper Crème De Bananes
0.25 – Shots De Kuper Apricot Brandy
2 – Shots Shots Pineapple Juice
1 – Teaspoon Castor Sugar
0.5 – Shot Lime Juice
Pour all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker, along with some ice cubes and mix for 1 minute and then serve in a glass, I personally use a Martini Glass and garnish with a slice of lemon. Then drink them till your heart is content and celebrate the 30th of November 1966 when Barbados freed themselves from the shackles of the United Kingdom.
Hopefully one of these days just like the Barbadians, I as a Scotsman will know the great pride and joy that is being felt all over the island, when my country Scotland eventually frees itself from the shackles of the United Kingdom and eventually gains it’s own independence.