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GRILLED PEACH RUM MIMOSAS

 With peaches and grilling being in season I had an urge to combine both into a new summer cocktail. I love peaches with rum so that's the road I went down. I wanted to use my Diplomático Reserva Rum in the drink so I thought I'd also marinate...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Jul 21, 2015

The Hemingway Daiquiri – A Classic Cocktail

I feel a bit like Alice in Wonderland lately…always late, never enough time…chasing that damn rabbit! I’ve missed a couple of Friday Cocktail posts (like last week!) but it’s not a habit I want to start so I figured ‘bet...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 17, 2015

HEMINGWAY SPECIAL & PAPA DOBLE DAIQUIRIS

Ernest Hemingway loved Daiquiris and there are two versions associated specifically with him, The Papa Doble and the Hemingway Special. The two drinks are very similar, varying only in the ratios and in the mixing of the drink.Though Jennings Cox...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Jul 16, 2015

Jungle Bird

Jungle Bird 45 ml dark rum 20 ml Campari 15 ml fresh pressed lime juice 15 ml simple syrup 45 ml pineapple juice Shake all the ingredients and pour over ice cubes in the rocks glass. Garnish with a pineapple wedge or something suitable. Make sure you...
by Science Of Drink on Jul 1, 2015

The BEACH BUM TIKI DRINK Tropical Cocktail

This tropical inspired cocktail is actually the love child of some left over fruit salad, a battle with my cable company, an unusually hot and humid day and a desperate need for a cooling smoothie. Now, when I'm talking hot, in Arizona that means HOT...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Jul 1, 2015

The RASPBERRY TARRAGON DAIQUIRI

This is what Hemingway wrote about the noble Daiquiri in his postumously published novel Islands in the Stream:"... as he lifted it, heavy and the glass frost-rimmed, he looked at the clear part below the frappéd top and it reminded h...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Jun 26, 2015

Le Latin

In the Craft Cocktail world, bartenders tend to be creative types. They work hard to build style that is fast, efficient, and pleasant to watch. They work tirelessly on perfecting technique while memorizing hundreds of recipes filled with esoteric in...
by RumDood.com on Jun 22, 2015

Melon Colada

Melon Colada Ingredients:1 1/2 oz light Rum1/2 oz Midori 1 oz Cream of Coconut3 oz Pineapple juicesplash of Cream1/2 oz dark Rum (optional)Fill a blender with 3 oz crushed ice and the ingredients.  Blend at medium speed for approx. 15 seco...
by How to Make a Great Cocktail on Jun 6, 2015

Sweet Summer Punch from Zacapa Rum

As you gather the essentials for the summer weekends with friends and family, whether you are at the beach or grilling in the backyard, we suggest crafting a large format punch using fresh ingredients that will be the perfect way to toast the uno...
by Jetsetera on Jun 2, 2015

JUDAÍSMO 101 (A MINHA PRÓPRIA ACADEMIA YESHIVA)

Manuel Magalhães partilhou a publicação de Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.15 h · Rabbi Shmuley BoteachWhat the heck is such vil hate doing at parade? Putrid http://t.co/8ILxlJyaIdRabbi Shmuley (@RabbiShmuley) posted a photo on TwitterGet the whole picture...
by kidsshabbosschool.blogspot on Jun 1, 2015

Herr Bacardi war übrigens Katalane – Casa Bacardi in Sitges

Denkst Du nicht auch bei dem Wort Bacardi sofort an die Karibik? An Strand und Meer, an Cuba libre oder Mojito unter Palmen? So geht es mir jedenfalls. Ein wenig erstaunt war ich, als ich... The post Herr Bacardi war übrigens Katalane – Casa B...
by Freibeuter Reisen on May 21, 2015

MONEY ISSUES IN CUBA? SOME SUGGESTIONS!

Travel in Cuba is extremely enjoyable but can be a bit frustrating, even for the best prepared travellers, and money issues seem to occur for many. Here are some tips and advice from personal experience, and that of other travellers. Cuban currency c...
by You are going where? on May 7, 2015

CUBA. IT’S CLOSE, BUT NO CIGAR, THANKS.

It’s not easy to describe Cuba in a sentence or two. There are so many aspects to the country; many good, some great, and a few not so good. Coffee, cars and cigars; sunshine, salsa and mojitos; amidst poverty and some bad infrastructure. As in...
by You are going where? on May 6, 2015

STRAWBERRY PINA COLADAS TIKI COCKTAIL RECIPE

I admit it. I love Tiki drinks and my favorite of them all is a Pina Colada. Many years ago, while doing art shows in Las Vegas, I discovered the Mirage's wonderful Strawberry Pina Colada. Every season I went back for my round of art shows (and gambl...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Apr 29, 2015

Espresso Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting and a Rum Drizzle

Did you know that March 25th has been deemed Chocolate Peanut Butter Day. I’m not sure who makes up a calendar that dedicates days to food but I’m all for it. If you do just a bit of discovery you would find that there is a food celebrate...
by Creative Culinary on Mar 25, 2015

Gundel crepes

We are a crepe eating nation. I have met nobody who isn’t fond of those beautiful paper thin pancakes. They can be sweet or salty, rolled up, layered or folded into quarters, filled with walnut, jam, curd cheese, nutella or cocoa – we act...

Barbados-taking it slow in the sun (a bloke’s perspective)

The bloke's perspective on Barbados, including rum, golf, going out, cricket and beer. The post Barbados-taking it slow in the sun (a bloke’s perspective) appeared first on Mummy Barrow.
by Mummy Barrow on Feb 27, 2015


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