Celebrate Mai Tai day with a new twist on the rum drink.
Shaken or stirred, check out these fun spring drinks spiked with spiced rum.
With refreshing fizz, this cocktail is stirred with a ginger syrup and spiced rum. It’s perfectly simple and just what you need at the end of the week.
This blood orange punch is spiked with two kinds of rum and laced with cinnamon and fresh mint for a perfect balance of warm and fresh flavors.
Loaded with a spicy chai, spiced rum and creamy coconut, this tropical Piña Colada is a true treat in a glass.
On the next rainy spring day, transport yourself to a tropical island with this tiki-inspired passion fruit cocktail complete with spiced rum.
With guava nectar, gunpowder green tea and a pinch of spice, this spiced rum cocktail tastes like a sophisticated tropical vacation. It’s a bit sweet, a bit tart and totally sip-able.
This delightful dessert is gluten free and easily vegan-izable. It has only four ingredients: coconut cream, chocolate, salt, and rum!
Try a cocktail recipe straight from NYC’s Cafe el Presidente. Refreshing and sweet with a kick of rum, just like what you’d find in a Mexican market.
A take on the traditional Dark ‘N’ Stormy, this cocktail uses a light rum and is garnished with juicy pear slices.
Served warm or cold, this chai spiced blueberry cocktail with vanilla cream syrup and spiced rum is the perfect drink to sip all season long.
It’s summertime and it’s National Rum Month. That means it’s the perfect time to sip on something cool and delicious under the sun. Here are favorite places to get the perfect drink.
Without sweet simple syrup, the natural pineapple flavors really shine in this mojito complete with a spiced rim.
Sun’s out, rum’s out! Summer is the time for tall glasses of iced tea and these deliciously boozy twists on a warm weather favorite will keep your pitchers flowing all season long.
Make it virgin, or add a special kick for the adults, either way this milkshake is cool, creamy and sure to delight.
This blushing rhubarb and mint cocktail is perfect for patio sipping on a warm summer night when you have no where else to be.
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A homemade blueberry syrup rounds out a tart spring berry cocktail made with rum and topped off with a fizz of sparkling soda.
Get tropical with a fruity punch. Blended bananas thicken the cocktail so all you do is add ice and you have the key for a successful spring day.
Sweet baby Jesus, if you’re not familiar with the Grateful Dead, it’s a magical cocktail of debilitating proportions. It is a more alcoholic version of the Long Island Iced Tea.
In 1978, the Piña Colada was named Puerto Rico’s official national drink, learn how to make the refreshing cocktail like they do on the island.
A festive rosy and green drink is made with a traditional rum punch theme, but using fresh cranberries and mint.
Serve a beautiful punch this holiday season with a rum infused with blueberries.
Classic banana bread receives a boozy and nutty twist of brown butter and rum for a perfectly moist loaf. The perfect recipe to use up over ripe bananas.
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Thick, buttery biscuit-like donuts are served with a rich rum chocolate sauce for an amazing dessert project.
A cool treat that can be spiked with rum, or not, for true fruity mojito flavor.
This little number is undeniably rich and sweet, but man is it worth it. The filling is even touched with a hint of rum, if desired.
Make this piña colada mousse a day ahead of your party for an easy dessert of coconut cream, eggs, and pineapple for tons of flavors. Rum optional.
This cocktail is an homage to those bright and rainy spring days. A play on the dark and stormy, but for spring with gin, ginger, and peach.
Wheat beer and orange zest add brightness to french toast to balance rich mascarpone while pistachios provide texture and nutty flavor. The perfect brunch.
A buttery tart filled with frangipane and topped with caramel-rum bananas and a caramel whipped cream. Rich and decadent, just how we like it.
Try the famous Swizzle Cocktail from Cafe Adelaide in New Orleans.
The next time you have overripe bananas grab some rum, coconut, and chocolate.
Yeast-raised sweet breads are great to cozy up with during the winter. Mix in dried fruits and soak in rum syrup after baking for a fun treat.
There is nothing that can compare to freshly made eggnog. Create a delicious cocktail with a spiced syrup and brandy for the holiday season.
As Christmas is just around the corner, nothing seems more well-suited than a scrumptious spiced ginger loaf cake.
Chocolate with rum and caramel is bound to make a day amazing. Bite into one, the dark chocolate snaps and lets a pool of rich rum caramel loose.
Good things come to those who wait. Good things like cinnamon rolls studded with rum-soaked raisins.
Take the flavors of pumpkin pie and make it into a warm drink, spiked.
A kugelhopf is a yeast leavened European caked. This recipe is filled with orange zest, almonds, spiced rum, and dried figs.
A quick and tasty idea for a delicious dessert to be prepared only with a good chocolate and a few drops of rum or other dessert wine.
Fudge cake and frosting with hazelnuts and rum make this rich dessert heavenly on the tongue.
These mini trifles are soft & boozy bundles of sponge cake slathered with layers of custard, cream and sweet rum caramelized peaches.
A frothy patio pounder perfect for warm weather. Citrus, coconut and peach come together for a flavorful cocktial guaranteed to cool down and satisfy.
Based on the cocktail, this salmon is doused in lime and sprinkled with rum and mint. To add a pop of flavor, three peppers are used to marinate the fish.
Rum cake with black currant glaze is incredibly moist and flavorful with a crispy, crunchy edge.
A flourless almond, rum and dark chocolate cake that is perfect for anytime snacking.
Impress with luxurious chocolate pots de creme flavored with smooth rum.
Perfect for a cold evening, rum-orange hot chocolate.
This awesome cocktail recipe infuses pumpkin to rum and is mixed with Grand Marnier, Allspice Dram, Saffron syrup, cardamom bitters and fresh Meyer lemon.
The wintery flavors of mulling spices pair surprisingly well with the tart sweetness of pineapple in this unexpected cocktail.
This is the perfect dish for anyone going apple picking this season — more apples than cake. Even if you don’t, it makes a delicious breakfast, snack or dessert.
Another great success for the event Manhattan Cocktail Classic in NYC.
Try your hand at these and you’ll find yourself buying shortbread (or making it!) to get your spiced rum balls-on!
A Folly Cove Rum-inspired brie topped with maple syrup, pecans and brown sugar. A sweet, savory appetizer with a kick.
According to Robin Runner, this is by far the most delicious dessert bread you will ever taste.
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Bananas Foster originates in New Orleans with the basic ingredients of brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, dark rum and banana liqueur.
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