|Rum is the base for many of the more way-out cocktail concoctions on offer today, its heady richness contributing to the explosive power required. White rum is traditionally used but golden rum is excellent too.|
|Shake a double measure of Khukri rum with the juice of half a lime, a teaspoon of grenadine, and ice. Strain it into a cocktail glass.
Mix a generous measure of Khukri rum with a tablespoon or so of freshly squeezed lime juice, pour over ice, and top with cola.
Shake equal measures of Khukri rum, Cointreau and freshly squeezed grapefruit juice with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.
|Blend a measure each of Khukri rum and light rum with half-measures of tequila, Cointreau and apricot brandy, a measure of freshly squeezed orange juice, a splash of grenadine and a few drops of Angostura bitters and ice cubes in a liquidizer. Decant into a very large wine glass. Approach with trepidation.
|Shake a double measure each of Khukri rum and fresh orange juice with a couple of teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and ice, and strain into a large glass. (Some authorities insist on a dash of grenadine just for good measure)|
Stir a generous measure of Khukri rum with a splash of cane syrup and the pounded zest and juice of a lime in a large tumbler with plenty of crushed ice. (Not to be confused with tea punch, which is actually based on tea.)|
|Invented in Puerto Rico, this literally translates as 'strained pineapple'. The classic recipe suggests coconut cream in place of Malibu, but the latter has an added zing. It doesn't include cream either
Whizz up two measures each of white rum and pineapple juice, with a couple of teaspoons of shredded fresh coconut and ice, in a liquidizer. (For that tropical touch, the drink should ideally be poured into a pineapple shell with a good lining of fruit left in it and drunk through straws.)|
|This cocktail was officially christened by a group of American engineers working in the Daiquiri tin mines near Santiago de Cuba at the turn of the century. They regularly imbibed this potion for medicinal purposes - or so they alleged!|
Shake a double measure of Khukri rum with the juice of half a lime or a quarter of a lemon, a teaspoon of caster sugar and ice. Strain into a cocktail glass. (Adding half a measure of some fruit liqueur, together with 50g/2oz of the equivalent fresh fruit, pureed, is a popular spin on the original Daiquiri. A strawberry version made with fraise liqueur is especially enticing.)
|Blend a measure each of Khukri rum, light rum and apricot brandy with half-measure of pineapple juice and freshly squeezed lemon and orange juices in a liquidizer, with ice, and pour into a large goblet.|
|1 Sour; 2 Sweet; 3 Strong; 4 Weak - there are plenty of adaptations for this famous formula, but here's a colourful one. |
1cl (1/3 fl oz) fresh lime juice
2cl (2/3 fl oz) grenadine
3cl (1 fl oz) Khukri rum
2cl (2/3 fl oz) pineapple juice
2cl (2/3 fl oz) orange juice
Angostura bitters to taste
Stir all the ingredients together with lots of crushed ice and serve in a tall glass
1cl (1/3 fl oz) Khukri rum
4cl (1 1/3 fl oz) orange juice
1cl (1/3 fl oz) blue curacao
Take a large stemmed glass and slowly pour in the ingredients one at a time in the above order. Do not mix. Garnish with orange slices.
Khukri Grog (Khukri rum, Lemon juice, cinnamon stick|
|Khukri Koffee Punch|
Freshly brewed coffee, blended with Khukri rum to create a warm drink ideal for cold winter evenings
Kafe Barbados (Khukri rum, Tia Maria, Coffee)
Kobra Koffee (Khukri rum, Brandy, Coffee
|Khukri Knock Outs|
Khukri KOs - 30ml (Knockout the chill with our left hook. Khukri rum fortified with following Hot local spices, served straight or with hot water and honey|
|Khukri Hot Toddy|
|Khukri Hot Toddy (Khukri rum, cinnamon stick, clove, lemon juice)|
|Khukri Hot Carribean|
Khukri Hot Carribean (Khukri rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, coconut cream)