You might be thinking the ingredients sound a lot like a hot toddy, and you would be right. It's a hot toddy with a Columbian twist.
Sangria is one of the most popular drinks in Spanish cuisine. It is commonly served in bars, restaurants, and festivities throughout Spain and Portugal. Clericó is a similar beverage that is popular in Latin America.
This Delicia Dominicana (Dominican Delight) cocktail recipe is made with Passion Fruit and Dominican Rum. My favorite rum in the world is Columbus Rum, made in the Dominican Republic
Coquito meaning "Little Coconut" in Spanish is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico. The coconut-based alcoholic beverage is similar to eggnog, sometimes being called the Puerto Rican Eggnog.
This Winter Margarita is a Mexican recipe from the city of Guadalajara. Made with Tequila, lime juice, bitters, and a spiced cranberry syrup then shaken and served on ice.
This Caribbean Christmas Cocktail Recipe is easy as pie, it incorporates just 4 ingredients. It looks beautiful and snowy, and it’s so, so delicious.
A Mangonada is a frozen Mexican drink recipe also known as a Chamoyada or even its common variants such as the Diablito or Vampiro. It’s spicy, salty, frozen, and delicious.
Clericó is very similar to Spanish Sangria however, this Argentine drink recipe features white wine instead of red wine, chunks of in-season fruits, and a touch of sugar.
Put a little tropical sun in your winter cocktail with an Orange Eclipse from Barbados. This Bajan cocktail recipe is made from rum, orange juice, vermouth, and bitters.
El Submarino is an Argentinian recipe made from a mug of hot milk and a thick rectangle of dark chocolate served alongside. The chocolate is the submarine, and you sink it and stir it into the hot milk making your Hot Chocolate drink.
The Bahama Mama is a fruity Tiki cocktail that consists of white rum, coconut rum, grenadine, lemon juice, orange juice, and pineapple juice. The cocktail is prepared by shaking or blending the ingredients with crushed ice until the consistency becomes slushy.
This traditional Caribbean recipe for ginger beer is the cousin of the American ginger ale. Like the majority of recipes, they can vary according to regions.
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