Tropical Cocktails by SAILOR JERRY SPICED RUM for National Rum Day!

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On August 16 celebrate the spirit that brings all the tropical vibes, Rum! Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum has provided a few refreshing cocktail recipes for you to toast the holiday honnoring the spirit.

Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum is a straight-up, no nonsense, old-school rum. Back in the day, sailors used to smooth out their high-proof rum ration with spices, and we follow that same tradition. Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum was created in honor of American tattoo legend and Navy Vet, Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins. Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum embodies the independent spirit and unapologetic attitude of the rum’s namesake who was noted for saying “My work speaks for itself.”

So whether you enjoy it in your favorite cocktail, or just served up on the rocks, celebrate National Rum Day in the most badass way with Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum!



Jerry Spiced Ginger Mojitos

Sailor Jerry Ginger Mojito

2 ½ parts Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
Q ginger beer
handful fresh mint leaves
3 tsp sugar
1 lime, chopped
Muddle mint, sugar, and lime in a pint glass. Top with rum and fill the glass with ice. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with mint sprig and a slice of fresh ginger.


Ginger Daiquiri

Sailor Jerry Ginger Daiquiri

1 ½ parts Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
¾ part homemade ginger syrup
½ part fresh lime juice
Add all ingredients to empty mixing glass then fill with ice. Shake vigorously.


Sailor Jerry Sangria

Sailor Jerry Sangria

1 ½ parts Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
½ cup sugar
2 parts dry red wine
1 part orange juice
1 lemon, lime, and orange
Chill all ingredients.
Slice citrus into thin rounds and place in a large pitcher with Sailor Jerry and sugar. Chill for 2 hours to develop flavors. When ready to serve, crush fruit with a wooden spoon and stir in wine and orange juice.
Serve topped with lemon-lime soda.



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