Juan Pablo Dukart is the head bartender at Rico Tiki Bar (Mar del Plata, Argentina) and is one of the 10 finalists of the Bacardi Legacy of Argentina, he is just in the last step to have the chance of being the only one bartender from Argentina in the international final of Sidney (Australia). Today is the great day of the argentinian final and from here we want to send our support to Juan Pablo and his cocktail called World Traveller. [Read more…]
Les Rhums de Ced’ is the personal project of Cédric Brement. He started creating rhums arrangés at home ten years before than he starts with Les Rhums de Ced’, testing his experimental products with friends and family, but, after, the friends of his friends started to order his rhums arrangés, and he decided to start with that project three years ago. Cédric had a great philosophy: he only works with fresh fruits, locally produced or transported by air, to ensure the freshness of the flavors and the aromas of the fruits. He only uses Agricole AOC Rhum from Martinique and Bourbon vanilla for his rum infusions. The fruits are cutted with knife and bottled by hand, making each bottle a handmade limited edition. [Read more…]
Taking a look inside the cocktail book Left Coast Libations, in the chapter about the city of San Francisco, I found an interesting recipe of the bartender Yanni Kehagiaras called The Bitter End. Automatically, I needed to do it…but I wanted to make a twist on the rums…the recipe calls for a Flor de Caña Aged White 4 years rum, and I used the Rum Nation Jamaica White Pot Still. Also, I changed the Angostura Bitters for a Jerry Thomas Own Decanter Bitters and the Velvet Falernum for Homemade Falernum. I doubled the amount of juices in the recipe. [Read more…]
On the past post, I made a review of the Rum Nation Jamaica White Pot Still Limited Edition 2014 and also published the recipe of the tiki drink Jasper’s Jamaican. Today, I’m still tasting that fantastic rum on cocktails and I think the best way is creating a new tiki recipe for the occasion. [Read more…]
Rum Nation Jamaica White Pot Still Limited Edition 2014 is a wonderful and astonishing 100% pot still rum, distilled at the historical distillery in St. Catherine, Jamaica. It hasn’t been aged in oak ,distilled in 2013 and bottled in 2014 at 57% to preserve the character and smooth intensity of pot still distillation, without sugar addition. [Read more…]
This is a cocktail with tiki inspiration because he compares “The Reserve” with Polinesia. This drink receives the name for one of the protagonists of the book “Un Mundo Feliz” (Brave New World) written by Aldous Huxley. [Read more…]
Yes, I love the pineapples. Every day I eat about a half of a fresh pineapple for breakfast.
The other day, I was thinking about that I’ll drink a rum cola after dinner while I was cooking, and when I was hollowing a pineapple preparing it for the morning breakfast an idea comes to me…and I reserve the hollowed pineapple on the fridge.
Yes, this is really a Dark & Stormy, the Bermuda’s national drink…but because of the trademark of this recipe by Gosling’s, if we want to call it Dark & Stormy we have to make it with Gosling’s Black Seal Rum and Gosling’s Stormy Ginger Beer…and what happens if this rum or this ginger beer dislikes us?Or if we prefer another rums or ginger beer brands? The thing what happens is what I call The Perfect Storm: The Dark & Stormy for people who wants to make the things on their way. [Read more…]
To continue using my dear Blackstrap rum I was thinking about some options or twists where I could use this kind of rum. [Read more…]