Amaro’s aren’t commonly featured in punch recipes but Amaro di Angostura features a unique and familiar flavour profile which is derived from the bespoke process used in creating their world renowned and iconic aromatic bitters. The amaro brings notes of cinnamon, dark chocolate and unmistakeable Angostura aromatic bitters to this boozy punch.
Coquito translates to “Little Coconut” and is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico and can be found all throughout the Caribbean. It is similar to eggnog, but the coconut base gives it a tasty twist. When mixed with coffee, cold brew or hot, it’s a seriously delicious combination!
Louisiana native Ernest Raymond Beaumont Gantt opened a bar named Don the Beachcomber back in 1934 after being inspired by his travels in the South Pacific. The bar was a tropical-themed bar and restaurant in Hollywood, California, complete with flaming tiki torches and rattan furniture. The drinks menu was potent and rum centric.
A unique tiki-esque cocktail bringing bitter flavours from Campari and Punt e Mes together with more traditional tiki ingredients, rum and falernum which add spices such as almond, ginger and cloves.
The Velvet Goldmine can be found on the menu at The Courtesy Bar in Orlando. Fresh citrus is a key ingredient alongside a rich-flavoured aged rum and spices brought by falernum.
The Old Cuban is somewhat like a cross between a Mojito and a French 75. Aged rum and citrus compliment the fresh mint and aromatic bitters.
One of the most famous punch recipes that dates all the way back to at least 1794! Cognac, rum & peach liqueur make for a pretty potent and tasty drink.
Aged rum & pineapple partner perfectly in this daiquiri-inspired signature drink from the Hotel Nacional De Cuba in Havana.
It is hard to tell that this cocktail has a whopping 3 shots of demerara aged rum. Perfectly refreshing with citrus, sugar and fragrant mint.
If you love all things coffee then you’ll be a crazed fan of the Dominicana. The gently layered cream and touch of sugar helps to cut through the strong drink, making for a very tasty sipper.