Frozen milk punch: This Remix of the New Orleans classic is slushy-cold, creamy, and packs more rum (and espresso vodka) than you might guess.
A Remixed mojito adds ruby-red grapefruit and fresh basil to white rum and seltzer for an herbal summer refresher.
Mix aged Brugal rum with Root liqueur and Fernet-Branca and add a scoop of coffee ice cream for a grown-up root beer float.
My Remix of the classic Dark & Stormy: blackstrap rum, spicy ginger-shiso syrup, and a strong punch of citrus.
In this Remix I took on the classic daiquiri, and it's a two-fer: a funky, limey blackstrap version and a more refined cocktail made with rhum agricole and Luxardo Maraschino.
My Zombie Remix with 151 and blackstrap: smoky, tangy, citrusy and nutty
all the things a good tiki drink should be, without having to buy 17 obscure ingredients.
Now go on out and get prepared to rum it up on Saturday!
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