The Hurricane is a tall drink that became popular at Pat O’Briens bar in New Orleans in the 1940s. Post-prohibition, the owner  needed to get rid of unpopular rum, so he created a rum and juices concoction. This special drink was served in a curved shape glass where it got its name. The glass/lantern that used to be placed over candles to keep them from guttering during strong hurricane winds. The classic recipe doesn’t have Galliano liqueur, but we like our version with a bit of sweet vanilla taste.