The Punch Romaine was paired with one of the final courses for first class passengers aboard the Titanic. Originally served as a granita – we serve it on crushed ice for ease. Rum, citrus and sparkling wine partner up for a light and refreshing Spritz.
The Cubanada cocktail is a sweet maple variation on a classic daiquiri with similarities to a Brown Derby ( which is a bourbon based version of the Cubanada). A great riff on a daiquiri with hints of caramel with overtones of toffee.
The River Mint & Cola is a unique concoction featured in Bartender magazine. Essentially a Rum-based Espresso Martini served tall over ice with Cola. Sound strange? We think so too! Rum and cola work well together as does rum and coffee but the core flavours, rum, coffee and cola is definitely an interesting mix. You be the judge!
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.