Hurricane La Croix

Matthew Kelly / Supercall

When we found out that La Croix made a passionfruit soda, we knew that we had to turn the bubbly water into a Hurricane. The original recipe for the New Orleans staple uses a passionfruit syrup, but when made with La Croix’s passionfruit soda instead, the classic cocktail turns from tart and strong to light, refreshingly quaffable and summery. With dark rum and mezcal at the base, it has smoky depth and rich molasses sweetness. As simple to make as it is easy to drink, this is our new go-to patio drink.

Hurricane La Croix



  • 1 oz Mezcal
  • 1 oz dark rum
  • 0.5 oz Lemon Juice
  • 0.5 oz Simple Syrup
  • Passionfruit La Croix
  • A bouquet of fresh mint, for garnish


Step one

In a shaker tin, add the mezcal, dark rum and lemon juice.

Step two

Add ice and shake.

Step three

Using a Hawthorne strainer, pour the cocktail into a Hurricane glass filled with crushed ice.

Step four

Top with Passionfruit La Croix and mix with a swizzle stick. Top with more soda if needed.

Step five

Garnish with a bouquet of fresh mint.

Contributed by Supercall