Colonial Rummer

Colonial Rummer recipe

Colonial Rummer Ingredients

  • (Crushed) Ice


Colonial Rummer Instructions

The Colonial Rummer is a classic cocktail that dates back to the colonial era. It is a delicious blend of rum, citrus juices, and a hint of spice, making it the perfect drink for any occasion.

To make a Colonial Rummer, start by adding ice to a cocktail shaker. Next, pour in a generous amount of rum. You can use any type of rum you prefer, but a dark or spiced rum will give the cocktail a richer flavor.

Next, add the juice of a fresh lime to the shaker. This will give the cocktail a tangy citrus kick. If you want a sweeter flavor, you can also add a splash of orange juice.

To add some depth of flavor, sprinkle in a pinch of ground cinnamon and a dash of nutmeg. These spices will give the cocktail a warm, aromatic note that complements the rum perfectly.

Once all the ingredients are in the shaker, give it a good shake to mix everything together. After a few seconds of shaking, strain the cocktail into a chilled glass. You can garnish the drink with a slice of lime or a sprinkle of cinnamon, if desired.

The Colonial Rummer is a versatile cocktail that can be enjoyed year-round. Its tropical flavors make it a refreshing choice for summertime gatherings, while its warm spices make it a comforting drink for cozy winter nights. Whatever the occasion, the Colonial Rummer is sure to be a hit!


Best served in a Old-Fashioned Glass.