Bitters and Shrubs, Warren Bobrow, and a Bottle of Rum

Photo Courtesy Warren Bobrow

Episode 2 of Three Cups Deep Warren Bobrow Behind the every cocktail there is a story. A bit of writing, a bit of prose, a bit of a thread of a narrative that each drinker or mixologist or author ascribes, enhances, and then deepens and expands. It’s that story, just as much as the recipe, […]

3 Recipes for National Mojito Day

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Today is one of the many plethora of holidays on the calendar, because we all know that there are few greater tragedies than an empty calendar square. We will never not look for an excuse to drink, however, so National (Insert Random Booze) Day is always welcome around Cocktails, 365. Of course we’ll have a […]

REVIEW – Papa’s Pilar Rum

Papa's Pilar Blonde and 24 Solera

Papa’s Pilar currently produces two different offerings – The Blonde and the Dark. Both offerings are sourced from several distilleries across the Caribbean, Central America, and Florida, and both are then blended with older rums via the solera method.

Peaches n’ Tea

Peaches n' Tea

Flavored liqueurs are so ubiquitous at this point that it’s no longer really news when a new concoction comes rolling out of the major player distilleries. Malibu is among the most prolific, with over 14 different flavor versions of their famous coconut rum. One of their newest, introduced earlier this year, is the Peaches n’ Cream.  It […]

Review – Cruzan Blueberry Lemonade Rum

Style: "Neutral"

Cruzan plays the flavored rum game as well, expanding their portfolio with the newest addition back in April – Cruzan Blueberry Lemonade Rum. We had the chance to get our hands on a bottle and put it through its paces.

Mojito Mule

MojitoMule

As the weather turns warmer it’s about time to be thinking of drinks with a more tropical and summer slant.

Asia: More Rum than the Caribbean

Which to drink first? (Pro Tip: Both.)

The Caribbean tends to get the lion’s share of attention when it comes to rum. I mean really, it does make quite a bit of sense if you take the time to really dig down in and look at it. The Caribbean is the fertile crescent of rum. Much like man is thought to have drug himself into being in eastern Africa, so rum heaved itself out of the hodgepodge of cultures that had poured into the “New World.”

Zephyrus

Zephyrus

We’re continuing to mix with the Brugal rum this week, which is a unique little piece of Dominican goodness – an extra dry white rum that hits all the right notes of rum, but takes on an almost whiskey like quality. Today’s cocktail is simple; a play off the classic Dark n’ Stormy traditionally made […]

Brugal Especial Extra Dry

Brugal Extra Dry

DISCLOSURE: It is Cocktails, 365′s policy that it always disclose when we receive samples of liquor to review for the Website. As we tell those who offer samples: we will accept the liquor for review, but that does not guarantee a positive review. Listed below are the opinions of Cocktails, 365 and no one else. And always, thanks […]

Rumrunner’s Coffee

Rumrunner's Coffee

Another cocktail to warm us on the cold snap across the US. 2 oz Real McCoy 5 Year 1 oz Bourbon cream .5 oz Nocello Walnut Liqueur Top with grated nutmeg Combine all the ingredients in an Irish coffee mug and top with the nutmeg.