Hurricane Grill & Wings Debuts New Legendary Cocktail Menu

 

Hurricane Grill & Wings debuts new Legendary Cocktail menu with a collection of island-inspired drinks hand shaken to perfection. With an extensive list of beverages varying in intensity from Category 1 to Category 5, Hurricane Grill & Wings encourages guests to prepare for a storm of flavor.

Keeping with their tropical vibe and flavors, Hurricane Grill & Wings’ new hand-crafted beverage menu includes a variety of fresh, breezy favorites. Category 1 drinks are highlighted with light, tropical flavors like The Go LO Ritamixed with coconut water and hints of orange. The Surfer Sangria, made with guava flavors and Barefoot Merlot is the perfect Category 2 drink for those who enjoy hanging ten in high winds. Category 3 drinks like The Wave Runner boost intensity with exotic flavors such as grapefruit, coconut, agave nectar, cherry, garnished with a sprig of mint and salted rim. Category 4 drinkers beware of high intensity flavor such as The Volcano Mojito, with a special five spice salted rim and a touch of Hurricane’s own hot sauce for an extra kick. Topping off Category 5, signature Hurricane drinks such as The Hurricane Heat, made with dark rum, Hurricane Mix and flavored with spicy mango and The Hurricane Bumby, made with citrus rum, silver rum, dark rum, a touch of amaretto, and splash of tropical juices, are sure to complement guests’ favorite wing sauces.

“Hurricane Grill & Wings’ new beverage menu is a whirlwind of flavor that is sure to please every palette,” says Mark Snyder, COO of Hurricane Grill & Wings. “Hurricane Grill & Wings has had such a wonderful response to our 32 flavors of wings that we wanted to twist up our drink menu to offer a multitude of beverages for guests looking for a refreshing beach cocktail to accompany our vast selection of flavorful entrees and appetizers.”

New beverages are now available in all participating Florida locations, with others to follow in October.

 

 

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