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The Zombie was created in the 1930’s by Donn Beach AKA Don the Beachcomber. As with many tiki drinks, the Zombie is not short on flavor, rum, and recipe variations.
Don was so protective over his recipes, that he wrote them in code- even his bartenders didn’t entirely know his formulations. He would premix elements and number the bottles, so a bartender may add a 1/2 oz. of “Don’s Mix Number 4” instead of the individual ingredients. While many of his recipes disappeared with his passing in 1989, bartenders, mixologists, and cocktail enthusiasts haven’t stopped attempts to crack the cocktail code.
Is there a more refreshing cocktail than a mojito? The brightness of fresh mint and lime paired with a crisp rum is a delightful treat on a summer day. The Social Mixers take highlights our spicy and bright Ginger Lemongrass Simple Syrup.
Enjoy this cocktail on your patio, porch, or if you need some fun-in-a-glass on a rainy day.
Whether it’s the steamiest or coldest day, a mojito hits the spot. The freshness of mint with sweetness of rum and botanical syrup can shift you to a warmer state of mind.
Growing up in Southeast Louisiana, I thought that daiquiris were frozen concoctions that only came out of machines and were often purchased at a drive-thru. My first classic daiquiri experience did not occur until I was well into my 20’s. If you have yet to experience the tart refreshment that is a classic daiquiri, there is no better time than the present.
(Yes, drive-thru daiquiris. Common in Louisiana, these are small buildings that sell frozen daiquiris via drive-thru. No, you cannot drink while driving. Once the straw is put in the drink it becomes an open container.)