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Bitter Rum and Cola

Bitter Rum and ColaBitter Rum and Cola

2 oz El Dorado 3 Year Old Rum
6 oz Cola
2 dashes Fees Cocktail Bitters
Ice
Lime Slice

Add ice and a lime slice to a large tumbler
Fill with Rum and Cola
Add a few dashes of bitters
Stir and Enjoy

Enjoy Responsibly!

If you are interested in more cocktail recipes, please click this link (Cocktails and Recipes) for more of my mixed drink recipes!

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2 Responses to “Bitter Rum and Cola”

  1. Steph said

    So, about a third of the way through the glass I realised that the lime juice wasn’t necessary. Kind of overpowers the bitters after you have gone through the first third. Will keep that in mind next time.

  2. Steph said

    Great recipe. I squeezed a little lime juice into it too, but the bitters was a nice contrast.

 
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