When you think of sipping a cool drink in the Caribbean, you might be thinking about piña coladas, daiquiris, maybe a dark and stormy..
Well, in the Bahamas, the traditional adult beverage of choice is Gully Wash – A sweet, creamy, coconut flavored concoction made from fresh coconut water, condensed milk, and a whole bunch of other things.
Also known to some as ‘Sky Juice,’ Gully Wash is a fan favorite here at Andros South, and if you ask really nicely, our staff will even whip up a batch from our own coconuts. Here’s how it’s prepared.
Gully Wash Recipe from Rosalie Knowles
Gully Wash is relatively simple to make, and can be adjusted to your taste and desired strength. For approximately a gallon’s worth (remember we’re running a fishing lodge here!), follow the recipe below. Remember, a little goes a long way.. Please drink responsibly!
- 1 Gal. of Fresh Coconut Water.
- 1 Tsp. Nutmeg.
- 1 Tsp. Vanilla.
- 1 Cup Coconut Flavored Rum.
- 1 Cup Gilbert’s Gin.
- 2 Cans Condensed Milk.
Mix up well, serve chilled, and enjoy!
What!? How have we not experience this!?
Kyle Shea says
That’s a great question J, looks like we’ll have to put that on the list for next year! Maybe throw some Fernet in there.
That’s the table Bruce is sitting at in the bonefish leader video. I want to sit at that table, drink that, and tie leaders.
Kyle Shea says
It sure is Cody! That can surely be arranged, and we certainly hope you do one these days.