Strong, flavoursome navy rum with a splash of scurvy-inhibiting lime. Properly mixed at the right dilution, this is a great drink. However, too many and
The pungent flavours of naval rum contribute to this tasty, fruity rum punch and will warm your cockles – m' hearties!
This vintage aperitivo is lightly bitter and wonderfully complex with distinctive Ferro China, vermouth and Demerara rum favours.
With is trio of rums at a full measure a piece, this maritime sour is one of the punchiest on the classic roster of Tiki cocktails.
Navy rum and triple sec add special interest to this Daiquiri.
The fine sweet and sour balance of a great Daiquiri with hints of molasses.
A strong, tangy, refreshing drink packed with fruit and laced with rum.
Try saying the drinks name after a few of these rum laced, tropical pineapple concoctions.
Not to be confused with the famous Tiki cocktail, Navy Grog, this Navy rum and honey sour is very enjoyable.
A pungent Daiquiri with the intense flavour of Navy Rum.
The broadside firepower of navy rum balances sweet pineapple and coconut in what is an all too delicious Tiki-style libation.
Spirituous enough for a pirate. Why the name? Well, one of the rums has some 'funk', both rums have nautical connections, the lime protects against scurvy,
This drink breaks the golden rule - simple is beautiful. However, it's tasty and packs a punch.
Actually this is a Navy rum influenced Margarita made to Daiquiri proportions, but whatever it's called, it's damn good.
Characterful rum leads with gin and whiskey playing supporting roles with hints of citrus.
Funky rum interlaced with peach, pineapple, lime, and pomegranate fruit. A monster but balanced.
Greece is a nation as famous for its seafaring prowess as it is the Parthenon, so it's perhaps fitting to include Navy rum in this Old Fashioned-style
Creamy and chocolaty - reminiscent of a rum-laced, creamy mocha coffee.
Smooth and orangey to start, with a rum and honey finish.
A tasty, suitably calorie laden, rum concoction.
Warming, honeyed, pungent rum with a hint of lime.
As the name suggests, orange predominates in this long, tangy, tropical cooler.
Carpet-scarring red with the body of red wine but the palate of a cocktail.
The Reef takes no prisoners! Tangy, fruity, and dangerously moreish.
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