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There was a time when anything going by air - mail, people - was unusual, glamorous, and exciting.
This cocktail brings all of those vibes. A throwback to an era of intrigue, excitement, and mid-century style.
No one quite knows the origins of this drink -- the earliest reference to it is in a Bacardi pamphlet, where, befitting its name, it was actually garnished with a real postage stamp!
Here we mix a favorite rum with delicious, bar-quality syrups and juices from Cheeky Cocktails, for an easy-to-make cocktail that tastes as fantastic as one you'd have when out on the town.
Garnish with a lime twist -- or to pay homage to the original, with a postage stamp!
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1.5 oz rum, preferably on the lighter side
.75 oz honey syrup
.75 oz lime (or lemon) syrup
Add rum, lime juice, and honey syrup to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until cold. Strain into a champagne flute and top with Prosecco or another sparkling wine. Serve with a lime twist garnish (or a vintage postage stamp!)
Who doesn't love a Mai Tai? For those who don't want to choose between the tiki classic and a love of the bitter, we have this excellent cocktail.
Last time we made this excellent concoction, we used Virago Four Port Rum, which gives wonderful flavor and just the funk you need to match the boldness of the Campari.
You can also make it, as it was originally made, with Smith & Cross Jamaican Rum, which really brings the funk.
Whatever rum you choose, make it one with enough assertiveness to play its role in this excellent drink.
Shake all ingredients with a small amount of ice in a cocktail shaker.
Fill a rocks glass with (crushed) ice. Strain the cocktail into the glass. Add more crushed ice on top, if you're using it, and garnish with a sprig of mint.
Pineapple is a stellar cocktail ingredient, particularly when paired with rum. Something about that fresh, tropical flavor plays so deliciously well with the nuanced evolution of tastes that a good quality rum brings to the party. Here the rich, fruity notes of Don Papa Small Batch Rum takes are balanced by a bright, tartness with a generous pour of pineapple juice and fresh lime juice. Top it off with mint and some soda and you have a delicious, refreshing cocktail that can be easily mixed up at home whenever the mood strikes.
Try this one on a Thursday night. It gives off serious almost-the-weekend vibes.
2 oz Don Papa 7
2 oz pineapple juice
juice of 1 lime
1 tbsp agave nectar
4 mint leaves
splash of soda
Combine all ingredients except soda in a shaker and shake until your hands are very cold. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with a splash of soda and garnish with a mint sprig.Continue reading
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