It is a fruity variation of a Rum Runner that constantly brings folks back for much more! Ingredients ¾ oz. Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum ¼ oz. blackberry liqueur ¼ oz. crème de banana liqueur 2 oz. orange juice ½ oz. grenadine 8 oz. Crushed ice Directions Add crushed ice in a blender, blackberry liqueur, crème de banana liqueur, orange juice, grenadine, and Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum. Mix until slushy and pour into glass.Read More →

  Created in the 1950s, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, that is a classic that is longstanding. While it may be produced having various rums that is dark, aged, spiced, white, coconut, I enjoy making use of a mix, but feel free to use whatever rums you want. Ingredients 1 1/2 ounces coconut cream (such as Coco Lopez) 1 1/2 ounces pineapple juice 1 ounce aged rum 1 ounce coconut rum Splash of coconut milk (optional) Pineapple wedge, for garnish Directions Join all of the ingredients. Add 1 cup of ice. Mix until smooth on High. Pour into tall glass or a tiki glass. TrimRead More →

The Moscow Mule is a classic vodka-based cocktail to get a motive. Talking the name of the cocktail conjures up pictures of the perspiration copper mug that’s the de rigeur container for the Moscow Mule. While said for serving mug is favored, it shouldn’t discourage you and ’s not required. Ingredients 2 oz Square One Organic vodka 3 oz Ginger beer  Juice of half a lime   All You Need To Do Is Add all the fixings to a Moscow Mule mug (or highball glass) filled with ice, and garnish with a lime wheel.Read More →