Delicately enriched whisky, sake and coco water – a trio that sits together harmoniously.
Coconut water adds dilution and subtly flavours this cognac-based cocktail with sweet vermouth and subtle notes of chocolate and Angostura.
Rum, coconut water and Pedro Ximénez sherry are unusual bedfellows in a cocktail but work well together and are toned by lime juice and chocolate bitters.
Coconut and rum with a splash of lime are a tried and tested flavour matches. In this case with the added punch of funky overproof Jamaican rum.
This delicious and light long drink harnesses the classic combination of coconut, rum and pineapple.
Funky rum and coconut water enveloped in zesty orange, rose and faint minty freshness.
Ernest Hemingway was a hardened drinker who also suffered from haemochromatosis (a rare hereditary disease that can lead to diabetes) so avoided sugar.
As the name implies, this cocktail has a duo of coconut flavours, with pear liqueur and laced with white rum.
Proof, if it were needed, that mezcal works in tropical/Tiki cocktails.
A funked-up Daiquiri. To properly appreciate, sip while listening to Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) from the album Hand On The Torch played at 11.
Cachaça and coconut water with a touch of hazelnut, lime and subtly smoky mezcal.
Rum and coconut water with the merest hint of lime.
Created in December 2008 by yours truly at the Cabinet Room, London, England.
A Daiquiri that is light on lime and elongated with coconut water. Delicious and very refreshing.
Cachaça is the raw, spirity love interest in this rum based coconut and lime punch.
Gin and delicate maraschino cherry with orange and lemon, coconut and a hint of Norwegian aquavit character.
Watermelon adds fruity notes to this creamy Batida.
Thick and creamy with fortifying underlying cachaça spirit.
As the name suggests this creamy Batida is flavoured with blackberries and lavender.
This drink was actually inspired by the man himself who founded Bacardí: Don Facundo Bacardi Masso. As I researched into him, a very clear picture of
A pleasing and interesting combination of flavours, but slightly on the sweet side and for some drinkers (us) lacks oomph.
A well-balanced chocolatey, minty and subtly coconut daiquiri. Perhaps a tad too many flavours in one drink for some.
Dry and Martini-like. Assertive kümmel flavours pervade a punchy mix of rum and coconut water.
Coconut, liquorice and anise are bold flavours to combine and hopefully make this cocktail deliciously abnormal.
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