"Mr. Bally Haly | Crafted Pour"

"A local take on the classic Mr. Bali Hai. A golf club here, Bally Haly, recently moved to a new location. It seemed like the perfect time to take this riff for a spin. I had tried it out before when I first picked up this coffee rum and realized the silly name I could give it, but it was tough to balance. The coffee flavour came in STRONG and without the additional sweetness present in a coffee liqueur like Kahlua. With the announcement of the club’s move, I decided to take another crack at it. To better level out against the strongly bitter coffee, I upped the sweetness with another dash of pineapple juice, as well some delicious berry syrup. Looking forward to sipping a few of these after a round this summer! Recommended brands: •Jumping Bean Coffee Deep Water Dark Rum •Newfoundland Distillery Co. Gunpowder & Rose Rum •Dark Tickle crowberry sauce/syrup/jam", "undefined", "Mr. Bally Haly",

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Mr. Bally Haly By , May 8, 2009 A local take on the classic Mr. Bali Hai.

A golf club here, Bally Haly, recently moved to a new location. It seemed like the perfect time to take this riff for a spin.

I had tried it out before when I first picked up this coffee rum and realized the silly name I could give it, but it was tough to balance. The coffee flavour came in STRONG and without the additional sweetness present in a coffee liqueur like Kahlua.

With the announcement of the club’s move, I decided to take another crack at it. To better level out against the strongly bitter coffee, I upped the sweetness with another dash of pineapple juice, as well some delicious berry syrup.

Looking forward to sipping a few of these after a round this summer!

Recommended brands:
•Jumping Bean Coffee Deep Water Dark Rum
•Newfoundland Distillery Co. Gunpowder & Rose Rum
•Dark Tickle crowberry sauce/syrup/jam A local take on the classic Mr. Bali Hai. A golf club here, Bally Haly, recently moved to a new location. It seemed like the perfect time to take this riff for a spin. I had tried it out before when I first picked up this coffee rum and realized the silly name I could give it, but it was tough to balance. The coffee flavour came in STRONG and without the additional sweetness present in a coffee liqueur like Kahlua. With the announcement of the club’s move, I decided to take another crack at it. To better level out against the strongly bitter coffee, I upped the sweetness with another dash of pineapple juice, as well some delicious berry syrup. Looking forward to sipping a few of these after a round this summer! Recommended brands: •Jumping Bean Coffee Deep Water Dark Rum •Newfoundland Distillery Co. Gunpowder & Rose Rum •Dark Tickle crowberry sauce/syrup/jam Ingredients: - Coffee Rum - Aged Jamaican Rum Instructions: Combine all ingredients in a drink mixer tin with 1 cup of roughly crushed ice. Flash blend, then open pour into a (ideally Mr. Bali Hai) tiki mug or other appropriate glassware. Garnish with coffee beans, a lemon wedge and a mint sprig. Tropical,Originals,Tiki,Frozen