The infamous Cuban bar, La Floridita, tweaked the original Papa Doble recipe over time. Fresh grapefruit juice and maraschino liqueur were added to create the Hemingway Daiquiri.
The Tirta cocktail is featured on the cocktail menu at Potato Head in Bali, Indonesia. Tirta tranlates to ‘holy water’.
The Airmail cocktail has a close resemblance to a French 75 with a few subtle differences; rum instead of gin & honey syrup in place a sugar syrup.
Delicious coffee, banana and rum flavours. Apparently very popular in Jamaica. We opted for an aged rum for added complexity whilst the original recipe calls for white rum.
A tasty riff on a classic Daiquiri. Subtle coconut flavours coupled with pineapple and sweet agave syrup.
The quintessential classic Cuban cocktail. A simply constructed drink with fresh ingredients. White rum, fresh lime juice, sugar and fresh mint makes for a delicious and refreshing Mojito.
Not for the faint hearted! The Long Island Iced Tea drink contains the majority of your spirit cabinet including white rum, vodka, gin, tequila & triple sec, in equal parts.
Bartender Eddie Woelke fled to Cuba during the Prohibtion Era. He created some well-known classic cocktails, namely the El Presidente and the Mary Pickford.
The Pina Colada is one of the most well known tropical cocktails. Check out the video for two methods on how to make a delicious colada!
Commonly seen with tropical drinks, there are many ways to make the same cocktail. Key ingredients include rum, blackberry brandy or creme de mure and fresh juice.