Our Favorite Rum Cocktails
Homemade (Rum-infused) Horchata
Whole milk and sweetened condensed milk make this booze-infused Mexican horchata insanely rich and creamy.
Coco Lopez, dark rum, and fruit juices are all you need to create this refreshing, tropical cocktail.
You don't have to be on a tropical island to enjoy this fruity cocktail.
Transport yourself ocean-side with this classic, tropical cocktail.
Dark 'n Stormy®
The ratios here (4:3:2:1) make this classic drink an easy-to-memorize addition to your beach house bar repertoire. Prepare simple syrup by heating equal parts water and granulated sugar until sugar dissolves. Make a big batch and refrigerate for sweetening lemonade, iced tea, or cocktails.
Use this 4-ingredient recipe to prepare a refreshing daiquiri.
Apple-Cranberry Holiday Wassail
We spiked this punch with dark rum, but it's equally nice with bourbon. Or omit the bourbon altogether for an alcohol-free version of this warming beverage.
Fresh cranberries, mint and lime slices add a holiday vibe to our Cranberry Mojito.
Retro Rum Punch
Add frozen cranberries and sliced pineapple for a perfectly pretty presentation.
Sparkling Rum Punch
Sparkling Rum Punch will send smiles all around when these signature cocktails are offered at your festive fete.
Shaken Piña Colada
You'll practically feel the wind in your hair and the sand between your toes as you sip on this classic combination of fruit juices, coconut, and rum.
Orange-Infused Rum Gimlets
If you enjoy fruit and light, this refreshing summer cocktail is your new BFF.
Ultimate Rum Punch
Bring the flavor of the Caribbean to your backyard barbecue with this festive concoction. Golden rum and coconut rum combine with apricot brandy and the juices of pineapples, oranges, and grapefruits. Garnish this summer-in-a-glass cocktail with lime wedges.
Balsamic vinegar complements the heady sugarcane rum in the Garden Variety by Daniel Shoemaker of Portland's Teardrop Cocktail Lounge.
The Blue Steel
In this festive tropical cocktail, rum is mixed with lime and passion fruit juices, then topped with vivid-blue curaçao.
A bright, summery, and not-too-sweet spin on the classic lime daquiri, made with plenty of lime juice and only a touch of sugar.
This classic rum-based Mai Tai cocktail recipe, infused with the citrus flavors of orange curaçao, orange juice, and lime juice, is the perfect drink to enjoy at the beach–or when you're dreaming of being there.
Make this rum-and-ginger drink ahead, if you like. Follow directions through Step 1; cover and chill up to 24 hours. Proceed with Step 2 when you're ready to serve.
The secret to a great mojito? Load it up with fresh mint and lime.