Shaken not stirred… Quarter Bar and Lounge Pineapple & Passion Fruit Daiquiri

For this edition Magellan Straits, “shaken not stirred”  we bring you a smoothie for grown-ups! This fruity little number is Carlo’s (Quarter Bar and Lounge Bar Manager) own take on a classic daiquiri. With sharp pineapple and sweet passion fruit, from the first sip to the last, you will be whisked away to white sand beaches, crystal clear water and cloud free skies – the perfect drink for our English Summer.

50 ml Five year aged Angostura Rum

25ml Passoa Passion Fruit Liqueur

50ml Pineapple Juice

Fresh Passion Fruit

10 ml Syrup de Gomme

10 ml Fresh Lime Juice

Add all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker

Mix well…

Double strain into a chilled Martini glass

Garnish with a large pineapple wedge on the side of the glass…

Carlo know’s how to make the girls happy!

Contributor:  Alexandra Pinhorn

Quarter Bar & Lounge is a client of Magellan PR and is a new stylish bar adjacent and linked to London Bridge Hotel.  For more information, visit

London Bridge Hotel is on twitter: @LondBridgeHotel as is Quarter Bar & Lounge: @Quarter_Bar.  Both are on Facebook and Google +

Magellan PR is on twitter: @MagellanPR / on Facebook: MagellanPR / on Pinterest: Sue Lowry / on Google+:  Sue Lowry & MagellanPR and on Flickr: Sue Lowry.  For more information on our company, visit  Follow our other blog focussing on travel in the South of England – A3 Traveller.

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Magellan Straits showcases the observations & musings from Magellan PR, a boutique travel & lifestyle agency founded in 1998. We post items that are of interest from the clients we promote and from the travels and experiences that we independently undertake.
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