5 Spring Rum Cocktails

Spring showers bring light, fruity and delicious rum cocktails? 

If you’re like us, when the weather finally starts to warm and winter fades away, we lean towards cocktails that are a bit lighter, fruity and refreshing. Here’s a list of 5 that will add a little “Spring” to your rum drink list.

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Light And Minty Cran Rum Recipe

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Skinny Strawberry Rum & Lemonade Recipe

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Mango Mojito Recipe

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Caribbean Mist Recipe

And finally, the Caribbean Rum Punch! We love this drink because we can add whatever juices we have on hand and it always seems to taste great!

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Caribbean Rum Punch

Cheers to Spring!

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Frosty Long Island Iced Tea

This recipe is a re-mix of the regular Long Island Iced Tea with rum, of course. At 2.5 oz of liquor and liqueur (triple sec), it’s potent, though oddly enough, it doesn’t taste really “boozy”. So – be careful and drink responsibly! It’s cool and refreshing on a hot summer day and a glass can go down very easily…

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Frosty Long Island Iced Tea

(makes 1)

. 5 oz triple sec
.5 oz white rum
.5 oz gin
.5 oz vodka
.5 oz tequila
A squeeze or two of fresh lemon
3/4 cup of cola
1 – 1.5 c. of ice
Lemon slice or maraschino cherries for garnish

Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth and icy. Pour into a glass and garnish with a lemon slice or maraschino cherries. Actually the lemon slice makes more sense with iced tea, but we like the look of the cherries!


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Jingle Bell Rum Cocktail

Ho, ho, ho – another holiday drink made with rum. We found a Christmas cocktail recipe called Jingle Bells and thought we’d give it a try. It asked for 1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur and as we blended it together, we thought, wait! Blue? So – we traded the Blue Curacao for grenadine, and added more rum (the original called for .5 oz.) and got this festive looking and tasty cocktail. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!
Jingle Bell Rum Cocktail
(makes 1)

2 oz. light rum
2 oz. pineapple juice
.5 oz. grenadine
.5 oz. cream of coconut
1 c. ice

Blend until frothy, pour into glass, garnish with cherry.