The quintessential classic Cuban cocktail. A simply constructed drink with fresh ingredients. White rum, fresh lime juice, sugar and fresh mint makes for a delicious and refreshing Mojito.
Not for the faint hearted! The Long Island Iced Tea drink contains the majority of your spirit cabinet including white rum, vodka, gin, tequila & triple sec, in equal parts.
Bartender Eddie Woelke fled to Cuba during the Prohibtion Era. He created some well-known classic cocktails, namely the El Presidente and the Mary Pickford.
The Pina Colada is one of the most well known tropical cocktails. Check out the video for two methods on how to make a delicious colada!
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).
A million and one different recipes exist for the classic El Presidente cocktail. Many omit the grenadine but if you use real grenadine then it is a welcomed addition. Second time round, I’d lower the vermouth and increase the sugar content with more orange liqueur and consider leaving the grenadine out.
Essentially a Rum Sidecar, the XYZ Cocktail can’t be much simpler. The original recipe from the Savoy Cocktail Book calls for a white rum. Use different styles of rum to showcase their flavour profiles.
Creation of Bacardi Legacy 2015 entrant, Barney Toy. Inspired by the luxury and style on board Pan American Airway’s 1st Class flight that flew Florida to Havana during Prohibition.
The classic daiquiri is a simple 3-ingredient cocktail. Double shot of Bacardi Carta Blanca, fresh lime juice and sugar. It’s all about balance.