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A Daiquiri that is light on lime and elongated with coconut water. Delicious and very refreshing.
Mai Tai (Difford's recipe)
We love Daiquiris and this is basically a classic Daiquiri with a few bells and whistles: Orange curaçao, lime juice, almond syrup, amaretto, falernum,
With is trio of rums at a full measure a piece, this maritime sour is one of the punchiest drinks on the classic roster of Tiki cocktails.
Three Dots and a Dash
Rhum Agricole and Allspice Dram play a huge role in what is one of the most complex of all classic Tiki drinks.
Powerful funky rum and delicate cinnamon spice partially tamed by rich fruit and sweetened clove.
This Tiki classic looks a little like frozen stagnant pond water but tastes minty fresh and rather good.
Characterful and well-aged rums with a blend of citrus and all-important pimento dram. You may swap rums but there's no substitute for the pimento dram.
The holy trinity of rum, coconut and pineapple served in a well-balanced, not overly sweet Tiki-style cocktail.
A tangy banana drink that's not overly sweet and is more sophisticated than the uninitiated may expect.
There's a touch of Tiki to this pineapple rum sour that's made distinctive by peppermint and herbal flavours.
Daiquiri De Luxe
A standard Daiquiri turned premium and given a touch of Tiki with added notes of almond and pineapple.
A tad debauched but very tasty.
Don't be fooled by this seemingly innocuous orange-yellow long, fruity cocktail. It packs a serious punch with sweet almond notes masking its rum, gin
Fog Cutter (Bramble style)
A well-balanced (neither too strong nor too sweet), short, fruity drink which is reminiscent of the modern day Bramble.
Funky Pirate Daiquiri
Why the name? Well, one of the rums has some 'funk', both rums are punchy and have nautical connections. The lime protects against scurvy, the cinnamon
The classic rum and pineapple combo with a touch of rum funk and subdued apricot. Smashes are usually short drinks that include muddled mint. Strictly
Gun Club Punch No.1
Rum-laced fruit, as with most Trader Vic classics, balanced rather than sweet.
In the August Sun
Looks like a Pina Colada and indeed tastes a lot like a Pina Colada but overproof rum, fino sherry and falernum ensure this is no ordinary Pina Colada.
A lightly spicy blend of three characterful rums with citrus mellowed by blending with crushed ice.
Bittersweet and fruity with pungent rum notes sipped through crushed ice. Properly Tiki-tastic.