Rum Drink Recipes
If you’re loving the summer farmers market as much as we are, this is a drink for you! Apricots in the store are often hard and sour.
We used the homemade cherry bitters from this recipe. It’s a super-easy recipe, but you can definitely substitute store-bought cherry bitters. If you use commercial cherry bitters or another type of bitters, such as Angostura, be aware that they will be a little stronger and so you will … Read more
1 Bottle (750 ml) Light Rum
4 oz. Apricot Brandy
2 Cups Grapefruit Juice
1 Cup Pineapple Juice
Juice of 3 Lemons
4 Cups Club Soda
Combine all ingredients in a large punch bowl. Add a large block of ice.
Float orange slices on top.
Refreshing as the trade winds!
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It’s cold, so let’s try a bit of the Tropics. Here’s a twist on the classic Mai Tai, AKA the Pai Tai!
Drink this while you pretend it’s still warm outside! (Unless you live in Hawaii, where I took this photo, in which case you don’t have to pretend)
This recipe differs from the Trader Vic’s recipe … but both are pretty tasty! This one includes pineapple juice because it is inspired by my recent … Read more
Just because it’s December doesn’t mean that only eggnog is on the cocktail menu. You’ve heard of “Christmas in July?” Well, now Drink of the Week is starting Summer in December by sharing some of our favorite tropical drinks.
Bananas have that tropical flair but are available all year.
This simple banana daiquiri isn’t thick or overly sweet — a common problem with many blended drinks. Instead it’s light and refreshing. Oh, and it doesn’t … Read more