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Old 17-07-2012, 16:47   #106
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Re: Favorite Cocktail

Dark and Stormy is one of my favorites, have to try the mint idea.
Also, Mount Gay and Ting. Tequila and Ting is also good
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Re: Favorite Cocktail

[QUOTE=belizesailor;992969]Good rum & coconut water. Simple, natural, and 100% tropical ingredients.

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Just whack the top off the coconut, and add a splash of rum, it doesn't get any better than that.
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Old 17-07-2012, 21:51   #108
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Ok here we go I use 34 fl oz of bottled water. Fill strainer up 3/4 full with medium coarse ground coffee. I ground my own. Perk for 7 min. then let set for about 5 min. remove strainer and enjoy.

Thank you! Thank you!! I can't wait to try it. I would have hated to find out the balance by trial & error. I need my coffee so I can get moving in the morning!!
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atoll's internationally famous rum punch aka "knicker remover",guarenteed to get charter guests in bed by 8 pm,young women frolicking,older women pole dancing and old salts singing.....

for a pitcher use,1/2 bottle dark rum,1/2 liter fresh orange juice,1/2 liter pinapple juice,a dash of angostura bitters,100 ml grenadine syrup,water from 1 drinking coconut,fill pitcher with ice,serve with deep fried salted coconut chips
Lol. I like the sounds of this Atoll!

For me, I'm all about my Hendricks and Tonic. None of that pine tree gin for me, thanks.

If not that, then a St. Germaine cocktail or Germaine Collins. Yum!
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Old 23-08-2012, 12:52   #110
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Equal parts sweetened sun tea and spiced rum.
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Old 26-08-2012, 07:08   #111
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We didn't even drink rum until we sailed the caribbean ....it was so cheap we adapted. Our rum punches are called
Rum Yummies...or yum rummies after a while.

It's basically a rum sour...rum, lime or lemon juice, sugar syrup. I had loads of crystal light that I made twice as strong and used as lo-cal mixer,
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The secret is adding dashes of Angostura Bitters and topping off with fresh grated nutmeg. Stock up in Granada.

Next best drink was in French Poly where we made sly shies from lightly blended pamplemousse pulp and juice and added gin...unbelievably good. Raved on by all tasters. The pamplemousse was almost free and we considered this a health drink!
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Rum Yummies, yum rummies, sly shies, Oh My! Do you think evil bartenders named them to make fun of customers trying to say them after a couple drinks?? I'm having trouble-and I'm sober. Add
Angostora Bitters, pamplemouss pulp must be hilarious!! I'd never get a drink!
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Re: Favorite Cocktail

A Strawberry Daiquiri for me, a single malt for Himself.

Lemonade concentrate
Strawberries
Dark Rum
Ice
12v Blender

Happiness in a glass ; -)
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Starting to turn cooler here we go!

Hot coco
Buterscotch liquer
Good dark rum

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Starting to turn cooler here we go!

Hot coco
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Good dark rum

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Re: Favorite Cocktail

I rather like hot buttered rum--the older colonial recipe not the modern ones with ice cream.

Colonial Hot Buttered Rum Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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I rather like hot buttered rum--the older colonial recipe not the modern ones with ice cream.

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Very Good..........
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I rather like hot buttered rum--the older colonial recipe not the modern ones with ice cream.

Colonial Hot Buttered Rum Recipe - Allrecipes.com
Omg I cannot wait to try this. YUM!!
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To my taste buds, hot buttered rum reads more like a desert than a cocktail.
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Voldka on the rocks with olives! Nothing better!
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