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Two Cocktails for Sharing

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 13, 2010

Today, I want to add two more cocktails to my recipes section that have been buried in my blog with no way for my readers to really find them.  The first recipe was a cocktail which I constructed for the Appleton Estate Reserve rum.  It’s a nice combination of light rum, lime juice and Cointreau, sweetened with just a dab of sugar syrup.

I call this recipe, The Reserved Gentleman. You can find the full recipe here:

Rum Cocktail: The Reserved Gentleman


The Second cocktail is one which I posted on Valentines Day, and for some reason I never added it to my recipe section.  So, today is a good day to correct that oversight. The cocktail was designed when I was sampling the El Dorado 3 Year cask Aged Rum is called, Trouble in Pink.  It’s a fruity concoction which uses white rum and Triple Sec in conjunction with three separate fruit juices (grapefruit, orange, and lime).  A healthy dash of grenadine give the cocktail its vivid pink color.

You can now find the recipe here:

Rum Cocktail: Trouble in Pink

So there you have it, two more cocktails added to my recipe section.

When I originally designed the mixed drinks I considered the first to be a masculine serving and the second much more feminine. However,  I will leave it up to you to make your own choices as to which you prefer.

After-all, the world is changing …



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