Tag: Tropical Drink Recipes
- This famous bar in the British Virgin Islands is in one of the happiest corners of the Caribbean.
See the Soggy Dollar bartender make the Painkiller and more in the new ISLANDS Ultimate Drink Guide: The Painkiller.
- Watch this quick, easy video from RumShopRyan.com to make possibly the most popular tropical drink.
See the Soggy Dollar bartender make the Painkiller and more in the new ISLANDS Ultimate Painkiller Drink Guide.
- The Painkiller drink recipe is one of the absolute most popular pages on all of ISLANDS.com. Here, ISLANDS photographer Zach Stovall shows how to mix the painkiller at the home of the drink: the Soggy Dollar Bar in the British Virgin Islands.
See more about the Painkiller in the new ISLANDS Ultimate Painkiller Guide.
- On the islands – where imported goods tend to be an expensive luxury – locally brewed beer isn’t just a quirky novelty, it’s a cultural necessity. So if you truly want to taste the islands, get out your bottle opener and crack open a cold one.
- Try this elegant alternative to green-dyed beer (or anything that combines creme de menthe with green chartreuse) this St. Patrick's Day!
- 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.