The Lavender Blueberry Mojito

This mojito pairs the tart, bright flavor of blueberry with a smooth, sumptuous, and easy-to-make lavender syrup. Begin by bringing a cup of water and 3 tablespoons of lavender flowers (fresh or dried) to a boil. Slowly stir in 2 cups of organic sugar until fully dissolved and simmer for 5 minutes to make a…

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The Pomegranate Spiced Mojito

Spiced rum gives this cocktail from our Boulder Tasting Room a unique twist on a modern classic. Making it is simple: begin by muddling about 10 mint leaves and 3 slices of lime in the bottom of a highball glass. Next, fill the glass with ice and add 1.5 ounces of Papagayo Spiced Rum and…

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The Citrus Sipper

This tart and refreshing cocktail is ideal for summertime entertaining. To make it, combine 2 ounces of Papagayo Anejo or Spiced Rum, depending on your preference, 1 ounce of juice squeezed from a fresh grapefruit, a squeeze of fresh lime, and two dashes orange bitters in a shaker with ice. Stir. Pour into a highball…

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The Classic Daiquiri

Unfettered by artificially-flavored syrups and mixes, the classic daiquiri is much simpler than its more familiar cruise ship-going cousin, the frozen daiquiri, but possesses a refreshing appeal all its own. Begin with 2 ounces of the Papagayo Rum of your choice. Papagayo Añejo is ideally suited, its rich aged flavor pairing perfectly with the citrus of the lime,…

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Planters Punch

The Planter’s Punch is said to have originated in Jamaica, and references to it exist as far back as 1878. This updated variation nixes the grenadine, which today is usually artificially flavored and colored. Instead, we use a pomegranate syrup, which is how grenadine of old would have been made, taking us back to the…

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