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#1 _Carol_*

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Posted 20 June 1998 - 09:33 AM

I am trying to find out how to imitate the drink called a Lighthouse which the Red Lobster Restaurant used to serve. I know that it had rum and some sort of fruit-punch type mixture formulated by Red Lobster. I suspect that it also had some lime, but don't know for sure. It was served in a glass in the shape of a lighthouse and was a light red color. If anyone knows how to imitate it, I would greatly appreciate their input!

#2 _Will_*

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Posted 22 June 1998 - 02:15 PM

> I am trying to find out
> how to imitate the drink called
> a Lighthouse which the Red
> Lobster Restaurant used to
> serve. I know that it had
> rum and some sort of fruit-punch
> type mixture formulated by
> Red Lobster. I suspect that
> it also had some lime, but
> don't know for sure. It was
> served in a glass in the shape
> of a lighthouse and was a
> light red color. If anyone
> knows how to imitate it, I
> would greatly appreciate their
> input!Lighthouse from Red Lobster 44 Memphis,TNIn a lighthouse glass full of ice pour1. 2 oz of white rum
2. Fill with Lighthouse Mix
3. Piece of lime garnish.We used to drink the light house mix mixed with water when nobody was looking. It was too sweet to drink by it's self. You can make your own lighthouse mix out of Pat O'Brians brand hurricane mix plus some pre sweetened fruit punch Koolaid. Make it nice and sweet. By the time you mix it over melting ice with rum it will be just right. The premade formula for the mix came dry in packages like Koolaid and we added water to make the mix.