Three Classic Cocktail Recipes with Travellers Liquors To Try at Home

by Cristina Reyna
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Easter is almost here and with it, a time to celebrate. So what better way to do so than with cocktails? These cocktail recipes are inspired by the best spring and Easter ingredients and infused with Traveller’s Liquors. Celebrating with the whole family? Pair your Easter cocktails with this indulgent Easter dessert for the little ones (and the adults too).

Classic Daiquiri

Why not add this classic daiquiri recipe to your repertoire? It’s so easy to make, reminiscent of the margarita and mojito with its tart flavor. Here’s how to make this easy-to-remember daiquiri recipe: To make a daiquiri, to a cocktail shaker, add:

That’s 3-2-1, got it? All you have to do is shake it up with some ice to chill it, then pour it into a cocktail glass and serve with a lime wedge.

Classic Mojito

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Mojito me, please! – Photo Courtesy Hamanasi Belize Resort

Muddling is gently mashing herbs or fruits to release their juices. This technique is often used in cocktails because it helps the flavors incorporate better than if you just threw a mint sprig right into the drink.

Place the mint leaves in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. If you don’t have one, you can use a large metal cup or bowl. Using a wooden cocktail muddler or unfinished wooden spoon, gently mash the mint a few times to release the juices. Do not mash the mint with a lot of force.

Classic Piña Colada

The piña colada is a popular classic cocktail invented in Puerto Rico made with pineapple juice, rum, and coconut, served blended or with crushed ice.

This drink is on the list of International Bartender Association’s IBA official cocktails, which means it has an official definition. The piña colada ingredients are:

Throw in a blender, and enjoy! Feeling cheeky? Add 4 ounces more of Travellers gold rum on top (it should float).

For more Easter cocktail recipes or to shop the Traveller’s Liquors collection, visit the Traveller’s website here. Header image courtesy of Itz’ana Belize Resort

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