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F.A.F. Daiquiri

Jim Kearns incorporates no fewer than five base rums, including Trinidadian and Guyanese variations, in this fancy Daiquiri.

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Tom and Jerry

A descendent of Eggnog, the Tom and Jerry was created sometime in the early 19th century, most likely in New England. While a pain-in-the-ass to mix, it's a drink well-worth…

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Airmail

The first instance of the Air Mail cocktail was documented in Esquire magazine’s 1949 edition of Handbook for Hosts resembling a Caribbean version of the French 75.

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Quoit Punch

This 18th-century punch is named for the flat, heavy rings pitched at posts during afternoon barbecues filled with lawn games and languorous punch drinking.

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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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Paddington

A Hemingway Daiquiri variation made with orange marmalade, Paddington Bear’s treat of choice.