This cocktail’s name is taken from the flowers used to make the blanket that drapes the winning horse at the Preakness in Baltimore, Maryland. Made with orange and pineapple juice, vodka, light rum, and orange liqueur, it's a Plimlico winner in our book too. This cocktail's name is taken from the flowers used to make the blanket that drapes the winning horse at the Preakness. Credit: Southern Living
|3/4 cup orange juice|
|1/2 cup pineapple juice|
|3 tablespoons vodka|
|3 tablespoons light rum|
|2 tablespoons orange liqueur|
|Garnishes: lime slices, fresh cherries|
Preparation: How to make a Black Eyed Susan
- 1. Stir together first 5 ingredients. Fill 2 (12-oz.) glasses with crushed ice. Pour orange juice mixture over ice. Garnish, if desired. Serve immediately.
- Note: For testing purposes only, we used Grand Marnier orange liqueur.