December 19, 2020

Rum Flip

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Spice up your holiday season with this creamy and delicious Rum Flip drink recipe.
A classic Rum Flip cocktail displayed in a coupe glass, sitting on a bronze coaster and atop a beige linen, with green plants and white lights in the background

If you're on the hunt for a festive, easy to make holiday cocktail, a classic Rum Flip is the perfect option! Creamy and delicious, the grated nutmeg gives it a bit of holiday flair while the combination of Rum and egg makes it a tasty alternative for those who aren't keen on traditional eggnog.

Thank you to @subtletiki for this gorgeous photo and to @smugglerscovesf for the yummy recipe.

A classic Rum Flip cocktail displayed in a coupe glass, sitting on a bronze coaster and atop a beige linen, with green plants and white lights in the background

Rum Flip

Spice up your holiday season with this creamy and delicious Rum Flip drink recipe.

Yields:

1 Drink

Ingredients:

2 oz Blended Aged Rum

¼ oz Demerara Syrup*

1 Medium Egg

Garnish: Freshly Grated Nutmeg

Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and dry shake without ice for 10 seconds. Add a large ice cube to the shaker and shake until cold. Double strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.

*Make your own demerara syrup the same way you make traditional simple syrup, just swap out white sugar for demerara or turbinado sugar! The difference between the two is that demerara syrup adds a richer, almost caramel-like flavor to cocktails.

A classic Rum Flip cocktail displayed in a coupe glass, sitting on a bronze coaster and atop a beige linen, with green plants and white lights in the background

Rum Flip

Spice up your holiday season with this creamy and delicious Rum Flip drink recipe.

Yields:

1 Drink

Ingredients:

2 oz Blended Aged Rum

¼ oz Demerara Syrup*

1 Medium Egg

Garnish: Freshly Grated Nutmeg

Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and dry shake without ice for 10 seconds. Add a large ice cube to the shaker and shake until cold. Double strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.

*Make your own demerara syrup the same way you make traditional simple syrup, just swap out white sugar for demerara or turbinado sugar! The difference between the two is that demerara syrup adds a richer, almost caramel-like flavor to cocktails.

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