Quarantine Rum Cocktails: The Taste of the Caribbean in Lockdown

Bring a little taste of Caribbean sunshine into your living or dining room with a rum-infused cocktail. If you have a bottle of dark or white rum handy, in a cupboard or cabinet, here are some easy recipes for you to try.

Dark ‘n’ Stormy

Enjoy the blend of dark Caribbean rum and ginger beer in our Dark ‘n’ Stormy rum cocktail. This easy to make drink has a touch of lime to lift the ‘dark’, of the rum, and the ‘stormy’, of the ginger beer and is sparklingly refreshing.

The Mojito

The Mojito is a traditional Cuban cocktail, that has also proved popular throughout the pandemic. The cocktail often consists of five essential ingredients: sugar, white rum, lime juice, soda water, and fresh mint.

This combination of sugar sweetness, citrus lime and the garden herb mint, complement the white rum, making the mojito a very popular drink during lockdown. Enjoy our Mojito. Cheers!

The Bahama Mama

The Bahama Mama is a Caribbean cocktail that first became popular in the 1950s. It is a combination of dark and white rums, coconut liqueur and grenadine. It lightened up the dark northern lockdown skies. Try our Bahama Mama, it hits all the right notes.

The Pina Colada

Another quarantine hit, the piña colada is a cocktail fron Puerto Rico made with white rum, cream of coconut or coconut milk, and pineapple juice, usually served either shaken or blended with ice. It’s usually garnished with a pineapple wedge or a maraschino cherry. Our Piña Colada is fantastico.

Dark and Stormy Caribbean Rum Cocktail