There's no danger in this drink we promise. Dating back to the 1930's the Rusty Nail is a simple old-school cocktail that became insanely popular back in the day. You don't see it around that much anymore but we've been known to enjoy it on #ThrowbackThursday.
Pour both ingredients into a rocks glass with a large ice cube
Stir gently and enjoy
(Optional: Garnish with a twist of lemon.)
Captain Morgan's Cuba Libre
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.
Named for the golfer and his penchant for a good drink, this cocktail is essentially an alcoholic version of an Arnold Palmer, which means it's delicious. If you want to go off-script, substitute the vodka for bourbon.
Although we don't know for sure the origin of this drink it's said to be traced back to a little cafe in Florence, Italy. The Negroni is essentially a stronger version of the classic Americano.The gin mixed with Campari and vermouth combine for a robust herbal flavor perfect for sipping.