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Cocktails are as much delight to the eyes as to the palate. They are flavorsome, fun, and designed to be shared. They are simply mixed drinks, usually based on one or more spirits or liqueurs and flavoured with fruit juices, syrups, spices and other mixers.
Rich and pungent Jamaica rum will mix surprisingly well with the sweetness of the Tia Maria and advocaat.
It doesn’t taste as wicked as it sounds, but it has got a black streak in it that you may want to change to something sweeter, like a twist of fruit.
The mellow flavour of this cocktail is matched by its rich golden colour, with all the fragrance of a tropical sunrise.
Dark rum, with its stronger, sweeter taste, perfectly suits the dryness of the anise-flavoured pastis.
Light or golden rum has a subtler taste than the dark rum, so it doesn’t mash other liqueur flavours.
This tastes wonderful and smells like a tropical island.
The type of rum makes all the difference to any cocktail but especially here, where the result should be soft, not knockout! So use a white or golden rum.
Cocktails were originally blended with swizzle sticks until the glass became frosted. Ingredients: Dark Rum – 1 part Lime Juice – 1/2 part Sugar Syrup – 1/4 part Angostura Bitters – a dash or two Ice Method: Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend well until frothy and […]
Orange juice with a dangerious kick and a tantazlizing pink ripple.