Start your next party with a bang by serving one of these Bacardi mixed drinks.
Rum is a crowd-pleasing spirit with a burnt-sugar flavor that works well in mixed drinks. And what better rum to choose than Bacardi?
Bacardi has been in the rum business since 1862. It’s since perfected the recipe to create a light, balanced rum with subtle notes of almond, vanilla, and lime.
While it might not be top shelf, it’s a great affordable liquor to have on hand.
Plus, in white rum cocktails, who really cares about how long the rum was aged?
So stock up on your favorite mixers and make one of these Bacardi mixed drinks tonight.
Bacardi rum punch? More like Bacardi-rum-punch-you in the face with refreshment.
All (bad) jokes aside, this drink is the real deal.
The sugary-sweet blend of tropical juices with Bacardi rum tastes like a one-way ticket to Hawaii.
So next time you’re down with a case of the winter blues, make a batch of this feel-good punch.
One sip will immediately brighten up your night.
Strawberry daiquiris might be the best drink ever invented.
Anyone who’s had the privilege of enjoying a frozen strawberry daiquiri on a balmy day knows what I’m talking about.
Each sip reminds you of the slushies you enjoyed as a kid, with a little extra punch, thanks to the Bacardi.
Sure, there are plenty of different types of rum. But in this drink, it’s all about the fruit!
Mojitos already taste like liquid heaven, but wait until you throw some peaches into the mix.
You’re left with a breathtaking bevy that deserves a standing ovation.
This recipe combines soothing, refreshing mint with the syrupy, sweet peach.
Together, these two flavors meld into a boozy power couple full of deliciousness.
Impress your guests at a backyard barbecue or indulge in a solo summer sipper.
This peach mojito will be a winning drink every time.
It’s no secret that rum and warm weather go together hand-in-hand.
But let’s check out a rum-based cocktail that works wonders in the winter.
A coquito is a boozy Puerto Rican eggnog with creamy coconut and sharp rum that form a decadent drink.
If you’re looking for a post-Christmas dinner dessert, your guests will fall in love with this rich cocktail.
It’s ultra-creamy, perfectly sweet, and burns in all the right places.
Let’s face it, most of us don’t have a lot of these liquors lying around to make these fantastic rum-based cocktails.
That’s where this recipe comes in handy.
You only need Bacardi, lime, and Grenadine to make this simple-yet-tasty sipper.
Shake it up, pour it over ice, and let the sweet, tart flavors liven up your palate.
This cocktail tastes like a simplified cosmo, with the same refreshing quality but half the ingredients.
If you thought strawberry was the premier daiquiri flavor, mango has entered the chat to prove otherwise.
This daiquiri combines all the flavors you want in a sweet, tropical sipper: coconut, mango, orange, and rum.
It’s blended with ice to create a frosty consistency that tastes like an adult snow cone.
Rather than shelling out the cash on a tropical vacation, make this drink instead!
Just one sip will transport you to the sandy Caribbean beaches and azure waters as far as the eye can see.
This recipe starts with a typical mojito recipe, then shakes things up by adding sour lychee to the mix.
You’ll fawn over the uber-refreshing flavors that taste sweet, tart, and juicy all at once.
Now, here’s a drink that doubles as a work of art. I mean, look at that presentation!
The Creme de Mure (also known as blackberry liquor) suspends over a blend of Bacardi, lemon juice, and simple syrup.
Garnish it with a basil and blackberry skewer for an elegant finish to this show stopping stunner.
A Bacardi daiquiri is one of those drinks that’s so incredibly simple while tasting out of this world.
Whether you’re just starting your home bar collection or want an easy drink to make guests, you’ll appreciate this recipe.
A little simple syrup, lime juice, and rum create this dazzling drink that doubles as a thirst quencher.
It’s tart, slightly sweet, and will have you doubled over in refreshment.
Oh boy, now am I excited about this drink.
Watermelon, orange juice, rum, and fresh lime combine to create this magical punch.
It’s delicious during any season, but the flavors hit differently during a summer heat wave.
Plus, you can whip this drink up in just 5 minutes.
You can spend less time in the kitchen and more time lounging by the pool with your boozy sidekick.
Rum and coke is a timeless staple that many of us have enjoyed.
This was especially true when we were too young to appreciate the finer things in life.
This libation has a bad rep for being a cheap mixed drink, but one ingredient elevates this classic cocktail to a whole new level.
By adding fresh lime juice, your boring rum and Coke transforms into a Cuba Libre, a celebrated tropical drink full of invigorating flavors.
Trust me, when you’re all hot and sweaty, one sip of a Cuba Libre is as refreshing as central air conditioning.
Dark rum starts as regular rum, but it’s aged longer, giving it a darker color and more pronounced flavor.
This recipe takes advantage of dark rum’s bold taste and mixes it with some winter spices to make a warm, flavorful cocktail.
If you’re looking for an acceptable way to enjoy a mojito in December, this recipe is your golden ticket.
You can tell by the name that this drink packs a mean punch.
Spiced rum mingles with fiery ginger beer and fresh lime juice to create a sizzling sipper.
After a round of trick-or-treating with the kids, warm up with this sharp drink.
14. Ooh La La
Give your mojito a French makeover by adding a touch of St. Germain to the batch.
This elderflower liqueur adds a delicate floral flavor that mingles with mint and lime juice wonderfully.
While on the pricier side, this drink is a must-have for any cocktail connoisseurs.
Each sip is light and refreshing and bursts with lime and mint essence.
Everyone who tries this dragonberry rum cocktail loves it.
Dragonberry rum blends with lime juice, soda, and Grenadine to create a light, fruity bevy.
But the real showstopper is the whole dragon fruit garnish that elevates the presentation to new frontiers.
I love a pina colada like the next person, but sometimes it can feel too heavy.
That’s where this skinny version comes in.
It’s refined sugar-free and made using light coconut milk.
You sweeten using whole chunks of pineapple, so there’s no juice required.
Combined with the rum, coconut milk, and limes, this four-ingredient wonder is perfect for pool parties and backyard bashes.
I would be like a moth to the light with this beautiful drink. I mean, who wouldn’t be drawn to that illustrious blue glow?
You create this show-stopping sipper by combining lime juice, sugar, Bacardi rum, blue curacao, and orange juice.
It’s so good, you might think the devil himself created it!
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