Tag: Tropical Drink Recipes
- Also known as simply Guinness & Black, this UK favorite is made with Guinness and british blackcurrant syrup. The bittersweet result is a much more palatable alternative to the famous Black Velvet cocktail (Guinness and champagne). We love how the blackcurrant gives this masculine drink a femine twist—turning the head a delicate light pink.
- At Celebrity Chef Alan Wong's restaurant The Pineapple Room in Honolulu, they call this cocktail the "Locavore Mai Tai" because it's made with Big Island macadamia nuts, locally distilled Maui rum, fresh local pineapples, organic Poamoho Farms limes, and Maui sugar. We've adapted the recipe slightly, so that you can enjoy the flavors of Hawaii no matter where you are.
- This cocktail, from mixologist Jeremy Crittendon of Luma on Park in Winter Park, Florida, puts a seasonal spin on the more-typical Tequila Sunrise. With it's tart-sweet flavor and herbal undertones, the ruby-hued Ruby Remedy is our new favorite cure-all for the winter blues.
- If you can’t be on an island in body, let these potent libations transport you to in spirit.
- The world's toughest drink: Hard to say, and harder to find.
- A real Brazilian caipirinha packs a wallop. The national drink of Brazil has recently gaining popularity world-wide, as more premium and aged cachaças become available. But according to some, "the cheaper the cachaça, the better it tastes." We'll let you decide for yourself.
- Mix one up at home for the perfect holiday treat this winter.
- This festive fall cocktail from Baileys is like dessert in a glass. Even better, it requires just two ingredients. Shake it up and enjoy!
- Brazil's real caipirinha: Hard to say. Harder to find. Hardest to swallow.
Page 2 of 7