How To Make Painkiller Drink Recipe

If you can’t physically be at the famed Soggy Dollar Bar in the British Virgin Islands to enjoy a real painkiller drink, mixing it up yourself at home is the next best thing. Here’s our best painkiller drink recipe, plus a look inside the bar where it was invented.

How To Make Painkiller Drink Recipe

How To Make Painkiller Drink Recipe
How To Make Painkiller Drink Recipe
  • 2-4 oz. of Pusser’s Rum
  • 4 oz. pineapple juice
  • 1 oz. cream of coconut
  • 1 oz. orange juice
  • Grated fresh nutmeg

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add first four ingredients and shake. Pour into cocktail glasses over ice and top with grated nutmeg.

Serves 1-2

Where did the Painkiller originate?

The Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke. You’ll most likely swim up from a boat anchored in White Bay. It’s called the Soggy Dollar because that’s what patrons use to pay for their painkiller drinks after the swim.

Step 1:

First, the bartender adds the Pusser’s Rum, two to four ounces depending on the generosity of the pour.

Optional:

Is that mango rum? Yes it is. To each his or her own.

Step 2:

Next, add pineapple juice (four ounces), cream of coconut (one ounce) and orange juice (one ounce).

Step 3

Top with grated fresh nutmeg, vigorously grated with oomph.

Step 4:

The most important step: Enjoy your Painkiller drink in a hammock, preferably alongside a fellow Caribbean beach bum. Does the resulting painkiller drink actually kill pain or increase it? That’s up to you.

Recipes from https://www.islands.com

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