The Stolen white rum is a perfect match with the apricot brandy and kiwi fruit whilst the fresh lemon juice and agave round out this flavoursome kiwi cocktail.
The Treacle is a rum Old Fashioned with a float of pressed apple juice. Traditionally made using a dark rum, we opted with the addition of a spiced rum and orange bitters.
A variation of the Old Fashioned was first mentioned in Jerry Thomas’ Bartenders Guide: How to Mix Drinks in 1862. It wasn’t mentioned with whiskey until 1880.
As usual, there are numerous different versions – try the Rum Swizzle for a simpler cocktail. If possible, use freshly squeezed juices and you will notice the difference!
The Missionary’s Downfall cocktail was first created back in the 1930’s in California. Rum, lime & mint is such a refreshing combination!
Official cocktail of the British Virgin Islands and a favourite throughout the Caribbean, the traditional painkiller cocktail is made with Pusser’s Rum but bartenders boycott!
You can shake your Mango Daiquiri’s but it is commonplace to blend them with ice also. Blending the daiquiri gives it a smoother texture and perfect for a hot summers day!
The Daiquiri would have to be one of the most iconic classics. It was first created in the 1890’s and Bacardi was first call. Originally the drink was served in a tall glass packed with ice.
The Cuba Libre would have to be the one of the more basic recipes but if you are a rum fan like myself, then you’ll love Cuba Libre! Served strong and long!