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Rum & Ginger on Ice

When I was in Miami at a recent rum festival I was told that 40 % of the rum sold in Canada and the U.S. is mixed with cola. In the Caribbean however, you are more apt to see rum mixed with Ginger Ale.

Rum & Ginger on Ice

1 part Amber Rum (Juan Santos 5 Year is a good choice)
3 parts Ginger Ale


Pour Rum over Ice in an Old Fashioned Glass
Complete with Ginger Ale


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2 Responses to “Rum & Ginger on Ice”

  1. Henry said

    Absolutely! When I first started drinking rum it was Captain (Morgan) and Ginger Ale, I was surprised that (hardly) anyone else had tried it and I’ve stuck with it. Though now I’m leaning more towards sipping rums there’s always room for a “Captain and Ginger” thanks for reminding me about that!



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