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Ingredients required: White Rum, Whisky, Triple Sec, Tequila, Sweet Vermouth, Superfine Sugar, Simple Syrup, Rye Whiskey, Pineapple Juice, Peychaud's Bitters. [See the full ingredient list]

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  1. Lime RickeyLime Rickey

    A great refreshing summer drink
    By David

  2. Old FashionedOld Fashioned

    This drink was old fashioned in the 1880's. Still a very tasty cocktail.
    By David

  3. Kraken SunriseKraken Sunrise

    A darker and more complex 'El Hemingway'
    By litzcan

  4. Rum RunnerRum Runner

    A popular tropical cocktail from the Florida Keys
    By David

  5. Mint JulepMint Julep

    A timeless classic.
    By austin91

  6. Rum SourRum Sour

    A great rum based aperitif
    By David

  7. Seven Seas

    The perfect cure for summer heat. A rum lover's dream.
    By SpiritOf78

  8. Gold Margarita

    A quick and easy shooter for any Margarita Fan.
    By brett

  9. MojitoMojito

    The official Cuban drink. Excellent and refreshing!
    By David

  10. Between the SheetsBetween the Sheets

    A delicious easy-to-drink cocktail
    By David

  11. Horse's NeckHorse's Neck

    A classic cocktail made with brandy and ginger ale
    By David

  12. Dirty MotherDirty Mother

    A great Black Russian variant
    By David

  13. French ConnectionFrench Connection

    A simple and great after dinner cocktail
    By David

  14. Boccie Ball

    Tall drink with Amaretto, Orange Juice, and Cub Soda
    By CraigYoung

  15. Brandy AlexanderBrandy Alexander

    A classic cocktail for a long winter night evening, with brandy instead of gin.
    By David

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