Ron Bermuda is a journey into oblivion whereas a personal appropriation of uncertainty drifts us at the hands of fate to find our Destino!
Ron Bermuda takes you into the Triangle, a folding space time, where taking the helm becomes a true myth and makes you live up to your next mile.
The spirit reveals itself throughout the sugar cane aromas and flavors committed into barrels sublimated in smooth breeze when you breath. Just like the Bermuda mysterious winds.
Drinking a Destino is toast to luck! With the liveliness your eyes find on the raspberry, orange and lime, Destino has the bittersweet taste of the venture to come!
Strength and freshness are talents printed on this cocktail with the aromatic presence of mint and the spicy Piri-Piri finish.
Smooth sweet cotton
Gentle with a nimble wood and flowers pairing
Ron Bermuda – 50ml
Amaretto Liquor – 25ml
Orange Juice – 50ml
Raspberries – 4 units
Lime – ½ wedge
Mint – garnish to cover liquid
Piri Piri Spice – 2 drops
SHAKED HIGHBALL GLASS METHOD
LARGE HIGH BALL – 450 ml
. Add all ingredients into a shaker glass without the mints and the orange juice
. Add ½ ice scoop
. Shake until the shaker is white freezing
. Fill 1/3 of a thin high ball with ice and add the orange juice
. Slowly pour the shaker container over the iced juice
. Cover with mint leaves
. Serve it on the cocktail napkin with straw
The cocktail must be layered – yellow on the bottom, red in the middle and a green top from the mint leaves.
«The history of what we know today as rum is the history of the New World.
Conquest, new lands, and new trade routes contributed to forge this sweet and spicy spirit.
Its name conjures images of exotic Caribbean islands as colonial America.
The history of rum is as exotic, exciting and dark as the beverage itself.
Our white rum is as versatile as vodka, able to be added to almost any cocktail,
as our limited series aged rum can be drunk straight for its complex, rich flavors.
Rum is the drink of bold sailors, undisputed pirates, sensual ladies, the tropics and the heart of the Bermuda Triangle.
It speaks to a sense of adventure, spice and mystery.»
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