So Yellow Hammers are basically pineapple juice, orange juice, vodka, Malibu rum, and some more rum. How could they not be good, right? I like to garnish mine with some cherries and orange slices, but I think even some fresh pineapple slices would be nice if they’re in season and you feel like being fancy at your tailgate.
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The Yellow Hammer
- 2 oz vodka
- 3 oz Malibu rum
- 1/2 oz dark rum
- 8 oz 1 cup pineapple juice
- 3 oz orange juice
- Garnishes: cherries orange slices, pineapple cubes/slices
- Fill a glass with ice and add ingredients. Stir and garnish.
- Roll tide.
- A collegiate Tervis of your choice
- Stanley Brand Adventure Vacuum Crock – perf for keeping your food warm while traveling/tailgating
- A set of coasters and a notepad from Matrick and Eve
- A KIND Snacks Indulgence Cube – that’s 20 KIND bars, people. You need healthy snacks at tailgates too!
- AND a $30 visa gift card just because
Bianca @ Sweet Dreaming says
Alabama! Roll tide!?
How have I never heard about a yellow hammer before?? It sounds awesome! Happy weekend Beth!
Wow, they actually have my team – Hawaii Warriors!
Carol at Wild Goose Mama says
I’m with Ashley. Why haven’t I heard of this Delish Drink before. I do think ‘hammer’ was a very appropriate word to use in the title. Lol
Kelly D says
I would choose the Penn State Nittany Lions.
The Yellow Hammer is a dangerous drink because it tastes soooo good…
Yellow Hammers are yummy!
Lynda@Me and My Pink Mixer says
I would pick the Pittsburgh Steelers or JMU Dukes! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂
Katy Glynn says
GEORGIA, Go Dawgs!
Carla S says
Sherry T. says
This sounds yummy! Can’t wait to make one.
Rammer Jammer, YELLOW HAMMER, give ’em hell, ALABAMA
The yellowhammer is Alabama’s state bird and a traditional game day drink at the University of Alabama. (For those claiming allegiance to other teams.)
This is a great recipe. You might also try substituting Amoretta for one ounce of the rum and adding just a splash of lime juice. I also tend to balance out the pineapple and orange flavors. Cheers and ROLL TIDE!