The list is almost endless of popular rum cocktails. From rum punch to spiced rum to rum vodka cocktails, these easy recipes showcase the most popular rum drinks.See Popular Rum Drinks Recipes
A wonderfully light, slightly tart, and refreshing rum drink flavored with mint, lime juice, and fresh blackberries.
Fresh ginger and a splash of coconut rum make this Caribbean cocktail seductively good. Bartenders serve this potent drink in a curved, hurricane-shaped glass but using a tall highball or iced tea glass is fine.
Fresh fruit and rum make this frozen drink sweet and delicious.
Pour this wonderful spiced cider into a sterilized decanter, tie with a pretty bow, and you have a lovely holiday gift.
The raspberry syrup can be made up to three days ahead for this chilled champagne drink.
This is not some sissy bridal shower punch. A bit tart and not overly sweet, this spiced rum punch will be the hit of your March Mania hoops watch party.
For a fresh, summery spin on the mojito, muddle blueberries (or any fruit you enjoy) along with limes.
If you are looking for an alcoholic beverage for your next get together, try this pretty drink. Canned sweetened coconut and pineapple juice provide the sweetness.
The mojito may be Cuba's national cocktail. The drink gets its name from the African word mojo, which means "to cast a spell." Making mojitos in a pitcher doesn't work--it's impossible to distribute the lime and mint evenly, plus the club soda tends to turn flat. Instead, muddle a large batch of mint, limes and sugar, then pour the mixture into glasses and top with ice, rum and club soda.
Freeze the star fruit slices before preparing this sweet mixed drink to keep it chilled longer.
All your ghoulish guests are sure to remember these coconut-flavored martinis dressed up with a decorative red rim. The secret? Decorating icing gel.
This refreshing five-ingredient ice takes only 10 minutes.