You always wanted to know how good rum can taste?
Then you’re exactly right here!
Especially for you, we have selected three wonderful and tasty cocktail recipes with aged rum, tried them, found them good and took pictures for you.
Of course I could write down a huuuge text, but what we’re all really interested in are the cocktails I talked about, right?
But what needs to be mentioned are our very good customers, who provided us their excellent rums.
Visit the shop from one of our customers! Brennerei Feller
Rum aged in Eder-barrels, it just can taste fabulous!
Why? You can here read all about it !
Pineapple Mango Rum Punch
- 3oz pineapple coconut juice
- 3oz dark aged rum
- 1oz mango juice
- 1oc orange juice
- one dash grenadine (for the perfect finish)
- desiccated coconut and pineapple, optional to garnish
First cut off a ca. 5cm thick slide from the pineapple, remove the peel and cut out small balls with a ball-piercer and skewer them on a wooden skewer. Then all the juices come with the rum and some ice in the cocktail shaker and are shaken vigorously before they are poured into a glass filled with ice.
All you need now is a dash of grenadine for the color gradient, pure straw, the pineapple skewer and a few grated coconut, the perfect cocktail is ready for warm summer evenings!
Spicy Ginger Rum Cocktail
- 8,5oz ginger beer
- 4oz Feller RumReich – Rum aged in a cognac barrel
- juice of one lime
- lime slices
Slice the lime for garnish and cut it to the middle. Fill two glasses with the ginger beer up to the half. Carefully pour 60 ml of rum into each jar and add a dash of lime to the end, attach the lime slices to the rim of the jars and you’re ready to drink, for those who like it hot and spicy!
Orgeat Rum Cocktail with Rosemary
- 2oz cognac
- 2oz Feller RumReich – rum aged in cognac barrels
- 1oz rosemary sirup
- 1oz orgeat
- 1oz fresh juice of a lemon
- strawberrys and lemon zest, optional to garnish
Again, all liquid ingredients are added to the shaker with a little ice and shaken vigorously for a good minute. Then directly into a glass filled with ice and strawberries (we have of course used self-grown) and drape the lemon zest on it. I’m sure you have not experienced such an unbelievable taste on any cocktail!