This classic Cuban cocktail contains only a few simple ingredients, but is sure to pack a fresh and flavorful punch. The smooth white rum combined with fragrant mint, tangy lime and hint of sweet simple syrup makes this drink light, bubbly and perfectly refreshing for summertime.
Sweet and stunning this jewel tone cocktail is anything but average. Packed with bright flavors and bold color this sparkling drink will be sure to turn heads at your next party.
Attributed to the rapper TECH N9NE, the Caribou Lou is a somewhat fruity drink with a strong kick from the 151 proof rum. The song goes as far as to call out how "numb" this drink might make you, enjoy responsibly friends.
The Shaken Daiquiri is a true classic, dating back to the 1800s. Highlighting the versatility of Appleton Estate Reserve Blend, this refreshing cocktail is best served neat in a coupe glass.
Many claim to be the creators of this young-at-heart staple (all with slightly differing ingredient lists), but this version is the real deal. And while the name of this classic cocktail is misleading, very few actually liken the taste to a real iced tea. One thing we know for sure is that this cocktail has certainly made a name for itself outside of Long Island.
This fun take on the classic Dark & Stormy has a bold color that makes it hard to miss. The signature sweetness from the Crème De Cassis balances out the spicy kick of ginger beer making it a perfect drink for anytime of year.
This delicious frozen drink is an amazing twist on the pina colada. The coconut, chocolate, and coffee flavors combine for a decadent and memorable frozen drink that won't disappoint. We don't suggest substituting pina colada mix here, it won't be nearly as good as this recipe.
As the story goes, Ernest Beaumont-Gantt created this potent drink in the 1930s and named it for its mind-altering effect after a friend consumed three of them. This lower-proof version is made with Velvet Falernum, an almond-and-lime-flavored liqueur that's a key ingredient in many tiki drinks.