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Mojito

A descendant of the “Draque”—an old Cuban concoction of unrefined rum, cane sugar and lime juice—the Mojito was most likely invented when white rums entered the market in the mid-to-late…

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Mint Julep

When done up properly, the Mint Julep can be a fussy drink—all crushed ice and fancy silver cup—which is exactly why it might be surprising that it packs such a…

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Queen’s Park Swizzle

Created in Trinidad, this Demerara rum-based, bitters-topped drink gets its name from a famous cricket field in the country’s capital, Port of Spain.

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Southside

Depending on how you look at the glass, the Southside lands somewhere between a gin mojito sans soda water or a gimlet with mint. New York’s 21 Club lays claim…

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Drinkin’ with Stiggins

A blend of pineapple rum, Swedish punsch and green Chartreuse, the Drinkin' with Stiggins calls on mint to complement the drink's inherent herbal flavors.