This cocktail became popular around the end of the Spanish American war, the name Cuba Libre translates to "Free Cuba". It's basically a rum and coke with the addition of fresh lime juice. Easy and refreshing.
This cocktail can be traced back to 1935, found in the classic La Floridita Cocktail book. It captures the traditional Caribbean rum and pineapple combination, with the Cuban fascination of Maraschino liqueur during that era.
You don’t have to be caught in the rain to enjoy this delicious Piña Colada made with Captain Morgan White Rum. But you could.
In his 2001 book Straight Up or On the Rocks, William Grimes claims that Ernest Hemingway "often worked his way through about a dozen of these lime slurpees, sometimes ordering doubles, which became known as Papa Dobles."
The Bahama Mama is a classic tropical rum cocktail. This drink's sweet blend of flavors will transport you to the islands even when it's not served in a coconut. A refreshing and easy-drinking crowd pleaser.
The oldest-known recipe for the mojito appeared as the Mojo de Ron in a 1929 Cuban guide called Libro de Cocktail (The Cocktail Book).
Join us in celebrating The Governors Ball the best way we know how, with a delicious BACARDÍ cocktail. The Gov Ball Punch features BACARDÍ Coconut Rum and hints of passionfruit. Turn up the music and recreate this official BACARDÍ cocktail for The Governors Ball!