Cocktail of the Week: Fishbowl Punch

Fun to share with a crowd!

Cocktail of the Week: Fishbowl Punch
Here’s our take on the whimsical Fishbowl Punch. Dive in to a bowl sized version and share with friends or cut the recipe in half or quarters to dip your toe in the tropical waters! Enjoy!
Serves 4

4 oz Malibu Coconut Flavored Rum
4 oz Vodka
1.5 oz Blue Curacao (a blue colored, orange flavored liqueur)
2 oz Pineapple Juice
1 oz Strained Fresh Lemon Juice
1 oz Strained Fresh Lime Juice
Sprite (I prefer Sprite Zero)
Swedish Fish
Nerds Candy
A Sense of Humor

Pour Rum, Vodka, Curacao and Juices and 4 ounces of Sprite into a pitcher and stir. Put Nerds in the bottom of a glass bowl or large container or for an individual size, try a brandy snifter. Pack the rest of the container with ice. Place Swedish Fish (or other gummies) along the sides of your container; held in place with ice. As soon as the liquid hits the Nerds, they will start to melt and discolor your drink so don’t pour until you are ready to drink. When you’re ready, pour the mixture over ice and top off with more sprite. Add four straws and four friends and have fun!

This Fishbowl Punch is an adaptation of a Blue Hawaiian – if you like the drink, but not the murky water, try it without the Nerds for a cleaner look and taste.

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Cocktail of the Week: Dark and Stormy

Cocktail of the Week: Dark and Stormy

Dark and Stormy Specialty Cocktail from Li Halpern EventsFor a refreshing drink on a bright and sunny day, try a Dark and Stormy. This traditionally tropical drink will add some chill to any hot occasion. A delightful excuse to use my favorite copper mugs but also tasty served in a rocks glass.

2oz Dark Rum
Ginger Beer (approximately 6oz)
A large wedge of Fresh Lime

Fill your glass with ice, pour in Rum, top with Ginger Beer and add a big squeeze of Fresh Lime. Stir, sip and enjoy!

What’s ginger beer? Ginger Beer is a fermented beverage made from ginger. Ginger Beer has a deeper flavor, cloudier appearance and frothier pour compared to its sweeter, bubblier carbonated cousin ginger ale.

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Cocktail of the Week: Tropitutti Punch

TropituttiCocktail of the Week: Tropitutti Punch

Savor the flavors of the tropics in this fun punch. Great for large batches or just large drinks!

1 ½ oz Meyers’s Rum
1 oz White Rum
½ oz Cointreau or your favorite orange liquor
5 oz Pineapple Juice
3 oz Orange Juice
Fresh Pineapple and Orange Slices for garnish
Makes two drinks in rocks glasses or one very tall drink

Place all ingredients in a shaker with a little ice and shake well.
Pour over ice into two rocks glasses or one very large glass.
Garnish with Pineapple and Orange. Limbo!
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Cocktail of the Week: Honey, Another Daiquiri Please!

Honey Another Daiquiri Please!
A sweet and spicy twist on this classic cocktail will kick off your party with zing!

2 oz White Rum
1 oz Fresh squeezed Lime Juice
1 heaping teaspoon of Honey
1/2 oz Hot Water
Ground Cinnamon

Mix the Honey and Hot Water in the bottom of a shaker. Stir in the Rum to the Honey and Water and continue to stir until the honey is dissolved. Add ice and Lime Juice cover and shake very well. Pour into a chilled glass. Grate some cinnamon over the top of the glass or carefully sprinkle a small amount of ground cinnamon on the top. Garnish with a lime wheel or slice. Enjoy!

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Cocktail of the week: Mojitos for 2

mojito
12 – 14 Mint Leaves + a few leaves for garnish
3oz White Rum
3oz Club Soda
1.5 oz Simple Syrup
1.5 oz Fresh Lime Juice
Ice and a Cocktail Shaker

Put the mint in a shaker and lightly muddle (smash) the leaves with a muddler or the back of a spoon. Pour in the Rum, Lime Juice and Simple Syrup and fill with Ice. Shake! Pour into highball glasses. Top with Club Soda and garnish with Mint and/or Lime.
Experiment by swapping lemon for the lime or muddling some ripe blackberries with your mint. Simple Syrup is really simple. Just put 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Turn down to a simmer for a few minutes to dissolve all the sugar. Store in a tightly closed glass jar in the refrigerator for up to 4 weeks. Enjoy!