The Zombie Cocktail Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 7, 2014


This is one of the most popular cocktails in Tiki culture. However, as is the case with numerous Tiki cocktails, the original recipe is a mystery. It was supposedly invented in the 30s by Donn Beach who was, at the time, owned a bar in Los Angeles. He developed the concoction in order to help Read More »

The Yellow Bird Cocktail Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 7, 2014


It’s summer and you feel like taking a vacation and going on a cruise? Until you might be able to do so, why don’t you get in the spirit of the summer by preparing a Yellow Bird cocktail at home? This is a tropical cocktail which is highly popular in the Caribbean and the Bahamas. Read More »

The Planter’s Punch Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 5, 2014


The Planter’s Punch is a rum based cocktail which has numerous variations worldwide. It seems like everyone preparing it is allowing his own little variation on the drink, so nothing can stop you from adding your own personal touch to it. There are two different stories concerning the origins of this cocktail. Some say it was Read More »

The Pina Colada Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 4, 2014

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The Pina Colada is probably the most famous tropical cocktail. It is rum based and it has a sweet taste thanks to the pineapple juice. This cocktail is basically a combination of rum, pineapple juice and cream of coconut. The result is a sweet and fruity drink which is very popular worldwide. However, the birth Read More »

The Mary Pickford Cocktail Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 3, 2014

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The Mary Pickford cocktail was named after a famous silent movie star who wrote history at the beginning of the Hollywood scene. She was a petite blonde woman who was also known as Little Mary because she was able to interpret little children even in her 30s. The cocktail that was named after her was Read More »

The Mai Tai Recipe

Posted in Rum on March 3, 2014


The Mai Tai is a very famous cocktail which is mostly associated with the Polynesian culture. In Tahiti, the name of the cocktail literally means “very good”, but it is spelled differently. The history of Mai Tai is pretty controversial. It is supposed to have been invented in the 40s at a Californian bar known Read More »

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