Sunshine's Very Spicy Rum

Sunshine's Very Spicy Rum

Sunshine Tiki often talks about his Very Spicy Rum when the holidays roll around each year.  But this versatile home infused gold rum can be used in a good number of cocktails and baked goods all year long.  With nothing more than an average gold rum, fresh spices and a little time.  Follow our simple step by step video and impress your friends with your homemade spicy devil water.

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Island Fruitcake

Island Fruitcake

What is a fruitcake?  That question is harder and harder to answer as each generation comes into adulthood.  Those of us in our 40's, 50's 60's and even more silver of generations know that it is a baked good of sometimes evil and sometimes joy.  Dense.  Heavy.  Spiced.  Fruity.  What if a cocktail imparted only the better notions of said baked good?  That is what My Tropical Fruitcake tries to be.  Two parts spice and three part fruit is what makes My Tropical Fruitcake a miracle in mixology.  Stirred together these liquors and spiced rum become something reminiscent of the forbidden cake of your darkest holiday dreams. 

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Poker DICK!

Poker DICK!

This drink is and ode to the DICK that was sitting next to Sunshine at a local casino bar.  You know, those guys who slap the buttons because they are sore losers.  No one likes a mad, drunk, sore loser.  And here is a drink that just about any bar should be able to make with the standard ingredients on hand.  Drink two of these and your likely to have some stellar luck and maybe the guy next to you will go away.  The Poker DICK!

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Xmas Helper

Xmas Helper

We are often asked for simple cocktail recipes.  The non mixologists out there generally want a great tasting libation with just 3 to 5 ingredients.  Xmas Helper fits that bill perfectly without sacrificing flavor and alcohol content.  Pomegranate, two rums and a little lime zest create a sweet and balanced drink you will enjoy over and over.  Add the optional ingredients to make it more complicated or keep it simple.  

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