BACARDÍ Coconut, White Rum Blended with Real Coconut Essence, Fresh Coconut Taste with Toasted and Buttery Aromas, 32% ABV, 70cl / 700 ml
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The delicate coconut flavours blend perfectly with dark or white rum to create an instant Caribbean classic. Rum has been around since the 1600s, and it's never gone out of style! If you think of it as the perfect drink for cruise ships and island holidays, you're right - but it's so much more versatile than that. While it isn't as well-known as its sibling, vodka and cranberry juice, rum, and cranberry juice is a tart, fresh, and easy-to-drink summer favourite - plus, it couldn't be any easier to whip up. Add loads of crushed ice for a summer cooler, or use spiced rum to transform this drink into a winter warmer.
The bright, zesty flavours of lime contrast perfectly with the sweet, spiced flavours of rum to create a well-balanced drink that's refreshing, tropical, and infinitely drinkable.The flavours of ginger ale and rum are such a perfect match that you can use any kind of rum for this drink, although our favourite is spiced-aged rum. But, if you want something straightforward, simple, and oh-so-refreshing, you can mix it up with only two ingredients. When you think of tonic water, you probably think of a good old G&T - but that's not all tonic is good for. Known for the iconic bittersweet taste of its key ingredient, quinine, tonic is one of the most versatile mixers around. Add a splash of tonic water to a well-aged rum to create something sweeter and deeper than a classic G&T.
Coconut water probably conjures up thoughts of post-exercise electrolyte-replenishing hydration, but that's not all coconut water is suitable for. It's also amazing when mixed with rum.If you're keen to try one of our recipes but don't have any rum in the cupboard, don't worry, we've got you covered. Head to our online store for a wide selection of dark, light, aged, and spiced rums - you name it, we've got it! As a bartender, I have always been drawn to the tropical flavors of coconut and rum. And when it comes to combining these two ingredients, Bacardi Coconut Rum is my go-to choice. If you want to transform it into a Dirty Diana, add 25ml lime juice, 25ml agave nectar, and a splash of peach bitters.
If you're making this during summer - and you definitely should - add crushed ice to your glass before pouring.While there's nothing wrong with a classic rum and coke, hopefully these tropical rum mixers have inspired you to take the leap and try something new. There you have it, seven summer refreshers made from rum and only one additional ingredient (unless you want to take your mixology to the next level and get creative with a few extra ingredients).