From Boston Bartenders with Love!

10 Oct

Fall is here. Time to soak in the last hours of sunshine and foliage. Time to prepare ourselves for the darkness of winter ahead. If you are like me, a good fall cocktail can ease the pain. Check out these great fall cocktails with rum from two local Boston bartenders. I personally love Eastern Standard and will be making my way there soon to try this deliciousness.

Do you have a favorite fall cocktail in Boston? Share with us!

Dominican Old Fashioned3 (credit Emmanuel Cayere)

Photo cred: Emmanuel Cayere

Dominican Old Fashioned

Created by Kevin Martin, Eastern Standard

1.5 oz. Brugal Extra Dry Rum

.5 oz. Santa Maria Al Monte

1 Barspoon St. Elizabeth’s Allspice Dram

1 Barspoon Sugar

2 Dashes Angostura Bitters

2 Dashes Peychaud’s Bitters

In a mixing glass combine sugar, Angostura, Peychaud’s with a splash (.25oz) of soda water, stir to make a paste. Add Brugal Rum, Santa Maria Al Monte and Dram with ice, stir until properly diluted and chilled. Strain cocktail into a chilled lowball over fresh ice, garnish with a long orange twist.

Old Orchard Style

Created by John Henderson, Tavern Road

2 oz. Brugal 1888 Rum

.25 oz. Demerara Syrup (2:1 Demerara or raw sugar to water)

1/8 of Granny Smith Apple

1/8 oz. Allspice Dram

Old Orchard Style6 (credit Emmanuel Cayere)

Photo cred: Emmanuel Cayere

Muddle apple in a mixing glass, add other ingredients and stir with ice until well-chilled. Fine strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass, top with freshly grated cinnamon and a thin slice of apple.

Interested in more cocktails and recipes? Follow Brugal Rum on Twitter.

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