for 2 (people or drinks)
3 shots good rum, not white – we use Ron Abuelo from Panama but San Miguel gold from Ecuador would be good
1 shot amaretto
3 shots fresh naranjilla juice
2 martini glasses
2 fresh strawberries
1 martini shaker
6 ice cubes
First, to make Naranjilla juice:
Naranjillas are a beautiful orange fruit (when ripe), remove the stem and wash the fruit. Put 4-8 in a pot of boiling water and bring back to a gentle boil, cook for 5-10 minutes depending upon the size of the fruit. Drain and allow the fruit to cool somewhat. Add fruit to your blender along with a few cups of water. Pulse until broken up and blend for 30 seconds. Put the purée through a fine sieve by pushing it with a spatula. Discard the peel and pulp that does not go through. Add enough water to loosen up the pulp to a juice consistency and add sugar to taste. Mix and chill.
Then put in the martini shaker everything but the strawberries which you slice partway and slide over the side of each glass as a garnish.
Shakey shakey shakey as Capt Pedro would say.
It should really really froth up.
pour and repeat as necessary.