Commonly seen with tropical drinks, there are many ways to make the same cocktail. Key ingredients include rum, blackberry brandy or creme de mure and fresh juice.
First made popular in a New Orleans bar, Pat O’Briens, back in the 1940s. The drink was named after the glasses that the first drinks were served in (still known as the hurricane glass).
The Planter’s Punch originated from the Caribbean over a century ago. Originally a simple combination of a full-flavored rum with lime juice, sugar, spice and ice. The following recipe is one of the basic recipes refined by Beachbum Berry.
The Navy Grog began as a means for British sailors to enhance and preserve the water they stored on ship and get vitamins to fight diseases. This grog dates to the mid 1700’s and was typically a mix of rum, water, honey or molasses, lemon and cinnamon. This particular recipe was refined by Don the Beachcomber.
First created in Paris back in 1924 during US Prohibition. The term ‘scofflaw’ was coined during Prohibition era and referred to a person who flouted the Prohibition laws by drinking booze.