Jamaican Breeze Cocktail:
Recipe: 1.5 oz Malibu rum, 1 oz ginger syrup, 2 oz pineapple juice, 3 dashes Orange bittters
(Now this recipe is over 10 years old and so I don't use Malibu Rum anymore as its too sweet and low on alcohol. LCBO liquor store doesn't even put it with the "rums". So use any coconut rum that you may have).
Method: Shake all the ingredients in a shaker and strain into a double rocks (old-fashioned) glass with fresh ice. Garnish: orange wheel
Note: To make the ginger syrup here is the link for it: YouTube video for ginger syrup
If you don't want to make the ginger syrup, you can use slices of ginger into your shaker and muddle it with other ingredients but you have to double strain to not get pieces of ginger in your end product.
Plata Fresca Cocktail:
Recipe: 1 oz silver tequila, 0.5 oz Galliano, 0.5 oz Maraschino cherry liqueur, 0.5 oz lime juice, top with vanilla bean soda.
Method: Build this into a Collins glass with fresh ice. Garish with a lemon slice
Note: you can substitute the Vanilla bean soda if you can't find it with 7up
Chambord Colada Cocktail:
Recipe: 1 oz Chambord, 1 oz white rum, 0.5 oz cream of coconut, 2 oz pineapple juice
Method: Shaken and then poured into a rocks glass with fresh ice and garnished with a half orange wheel and cherry on a stick
Note: For people who like darker or spicier rums, you can use your favorite.
Thailand Escape Cocktail:
Recipe: 0.5 oz Chambord, 1 oz of white rum, 2 oz lychee juice, 1oz pineapple juice, 0.5 oz ginger syrup, 0.5 oz coconut syrup, 3 dashes of cherry bitters.
Method: Shaken and placed into a hurricane glass with fresh ice.
Recipe: 2 oz white (blanc) tequila, 0.5 oz Galliano, 0.5 oz maraschino liqueur, 0.5 lemon juice, and club soda
Method: Shaken and strained into a Collins glass with fresh ice. Top with club soda. Garnish: orchid
Fred Collins Fiz Cocktail:
Recipe: 1.5 oz C.C., 0.5 simple syrup, 1 tsp triple sec, 0.5 lime juice, 3 dashes of chocolate bitters, top with lemonade (you can always add more dashes of the bitters to your liking.
Method: shake and strain in Collins glass with fresh ice. And top off with the lemonade and the dashes of bitters..
Bumbu Old-Fashioned recipe:
2 oz Bumbu rum, 4 dashes of molasses bitters, 4 dash of orange bitters, 1 oz simple syrup
Stir in rock glass; garnish with orange peel
NOTE: Use your favorite rum if you don't have the Bumbu (which is delicious I might add) You will see a difference though as this rum has tons of notes like banana, vanilla, etc.