NYC Bars Celebrating National Rum Day with SANTA TERESA 1796

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Santa Teresa 1796

Like we needed an excuse to drink!

National Rum Day is coming up on August 16 and there are a few NYC bars partaking in the fun!

Check out three rum cocktails using Santa Teresa 1796. You can make them at home or treat yourself at these key spots.

Santa Teresa 1796 is a premium rum aged in a Solera system (a process of aging and mixing different ages of rums (young with old)) with rums up to 35 years and has a smooth, dry and balanced taste.



by Tom Masey for Clover Club – 210 Smith St, Brooklyn, Cobble Hill
1.5 oz Santa Teresa
.5 oz Blanc Agricole rhum
.5 oz Aperol
.5 oz blanc vermouth
.5 oz banana liqueur
Stir with lime peel
Stir over a big rock
Garnish: Lime peel


Venezuelan Memories
by Luis Hernandez at Seamstress NY – 339 E 75th St, Upper East Side


2 oz raisin infused Santa Teresa 1796
.5 oz cane syrup
.25 oz lime juice
3 oz sparkling coconut water
2 dash tiki salt
Collins glass, kold draft, mint sprig, nutmeg with dehydrated lime


Santa Teresa Punch (for 4 people) – $46
by Gareth Howells at VNYL – 100 Third Ave., East Village
Santa Teresa Rum
Batavia Arrack
Fino Sherry
Green tea
Lapsang Souchong Tea
Lemon Oleo
Tobacco, lemon & Angostura Demerara syrup/Lemon/Saline

Old Fashioned



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