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cable-car

Cable Car

The Cable Car is a simple balance of Captain Morgan spiced rum, orange curaçao, and fresh lemon sour, served up in a cinnamon-sugar rimme...

by Tony Abou-Ganim

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daiquiri

Daiquiri

Legend tells us that American mining engineer Jennings Cox invented the Daiquiri for visitors in 1896, naming it in honor of the nearby v...

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

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mojito

Mojito

Combine lime juice, sugar, and loose mint leaves in glass; stir well, crushing mint slightly. Fill glass with crushed ice; stir in rum....

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

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mai-tai

Mai Tai

This was created by Victor Bergeron at his California restaurant, Trader Vic’s, in the 1940s. Too often, Mai Tais are served in really la...

by Nick Mautone

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american-cocktail

American Cocktail

This drink was created specifically for a New Year’s tribute to New York City. New York— a city that is uniquely indescribable and entire...

by Tony Abou-Ganim

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hot-buttered-rum

Hot Buttered Rum

Cocktail is a stimulating liquor, composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitters. It is vulgarly called a bittered sling and i...

by Tony Abou-Ganim

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peach-mango-daiquiri

Peach Mango Daiquiri

Even if your summer house is an urban rooftop, don’t despair. Mix up a batch of these, slip on your flip-flops, and crank up the Calypso ...

by Debra Ponzek

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bananarama

Bananarama

1. In blender, on high speed, blend banana, lime juice, sugar, rum and ice until smooth. Pour into a highball glass.

by Andrew Chase and Nicole Young

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banana-daquiri

Banana Daquiri

The daiquiri took its name from a little mining town near Santiago, the old capital of Cuba; the drink is said to have been invented by o...

by Jinx Morgan and Jefferson Morgan

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papaya-daiquiri

Papaya Daiquiri

As one New York fruit vendor said to me recently, “Ripeness of a papaya is a touch thing.” Softness is clearly the key to whether your pa...

by Arlen Gargagliano

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