This is the perfect roundup for those who enjoy Pina Coladas and other rum-based cocktails. The versatile spirit is often associated with Tiki drinks and tropical locations, but it can also be enjoyed in more spirit-forward cocktails. You can choose from fruity drinks such as the Hurricane or Banana Daiquiri or elegant drinks such as a Rum Old Fashioned.
This modern twist on the classic drink is a tribute to these topics. This drink combines aged Rum, creme de Banane liqueur, and fresh lime juice. It has a classic shaken Daiquiri flavor with just a hint of banana flavor.
The roots of the Mojito can be traced back to 16th-century Cuba. One sip will prove that it is a timeless classic. You won’t mind spending a little more time to make sure the mixture of white Rum and lime, fresh mint, a simple sugar, and club soda tastes great.
Rum Old Fashioned
An Old Fashioned with Rum? It would be best if you tried it. You may find the combination of dark rum and demerara syrup and allspice drams, orange bitters, allspice dram, allspice dram and Angostura bitters suits your mood better than a classic Bourbon Oldfashioned. It’ll make a great addition to your spirit-forward cocktail menu.
One Last Midnight
This spirit-forward Rum Manhattan is a Meaghan Dorman’s Dear Irving take on the rum Manhattan. The rich and bitter Punt y Mes and Cocchi Torino, two types of vermouth, add richness to the drink. A dash of Islay scotch adds smoke, and a pinch of coffee salt gives it a subtle yet distinctive flavor. Serve the drink over a large cube of ice to enhance its elegance.
The Canchanchara, a Cuban historical treasure, hails from Trinidad. If you don’t have the time to make it to Cuba, you can use a regular glass mug to serve the mixture of white Rum and lime juice, honey, and soda water.
This classic Tiki drink is perhaps the most well-known. Trader Vic created it. This cocktail is perfect for showing off your bartending skills and orgeat. Garnish with a mint sprig and a lime wheel for a nice touch.
Dark ‘n Stormy
This cocktail is easy to make and delicious to drink. Add the ice and dark Rum (Gosling’s Black Seal) to a highball glass. Top with ginger beer and garnish with a lime wedge.
This is the most famous rum cocktail in Havana. Although it may be mixed (or blended?) This recipe is the way to enjoy the Daiquiri. The classic recipe for this bright-flavored drink is simple: light Rum, fresh lime juice, and demerara sugar syrup.
This creamy classic, a mixture of light Rum and cream of coconut, pineapple, and lime juices, dates back to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where it was first created. Our version skips the blender and instead uses a shake with pebble ice.
This refreshing twist on the classic Mojito will delight those who love it with its mix of Rum, lime juice and soda water. This refreshing drink is perfect for hot summer days.