Banana Surprise is a simple dessert that is easy to master. The banana is marinated overnight in neat Whiskey, and is then served whole, with any syrup that is left from the marinating. This dessert does not look appetizing, but the proof of the pudding is in the eating. The taste of the whiskey improves the taste of the banana, while the banana improves the taste of the whiskey. A woman I met in Scotland who works in a whiskey distillery was interested in this phenomena, and promised to get back to me on her research into the matter, but did not. So perhaps bananas are being used as flavour enhancers now! A maximum of two Banana Surprises should be the limit, even thought they are moreish. This recipe has won cookery competitions, but has also lead to alcoholism in one of the judges, so be warned. Do not drive after eating this dessert.
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