The Perfect Storm – A Kraken Rum Boat Drink

After one sip, you’ll be hangin’ on for dear life.

You better hold on because the Kraken will get you. Kraken Rum that is. At 94 Proof, this flavorful rum will sneak up on you, just like the beast of lore. Black in color and strong on taste, Kraken is honestly one of my favorite rums. The pretty bottle might have pulled me in at the start, but the great taste has me coming back for more.

I like to keep Boat Drink recipes simple, and it doesn’t get much more simple than The Perfect Storm. Basically the cocktail is a Dark n’ Stormy, but instead of using Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, we’re going to use Kraken.

The Perfect Storm Cocktail Recipe

Ingredients

Kraken Rum Dark n Stormy

The Perfect Storm - Photo by Andoverliquors.wordpress.com

  • 2oz. Kraken rum
  • 6oz. Ginger Beer

Mixing Instructions: Fill a rocks glass with ice. Add two ounces of Kraken Black Spiced Rum. Top with Ginger Beer. Garnish with a slice of lime. Raise glass and toast.

Simple, easy and tastes amazing.

If you’re really into tasting rums don’t forget about the 2012 Miami Rum Renaissance Festival. Starting April 16th and lasting till the 22, it’s the biggest rum event in the United States. The week will be packed with a ton of different events and parties, with the Grand Tasting happening Saturday the 21st and Sunday the 22nd. I’ll be there for the those two days so come say hi. I’ll be the bald Castaway with a smile on his face.

Cheers!
RumShopRyan

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By | 2016-12-31T11:58:33+00:00 February 15th, 2012|Boat Drinks|2 Comments

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.

2 Comments

  1. Scott Jacob February 15, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    Frightful Bad Luck, Captain, inviting the Kraken Aboard!…

  2. mm
    RumShopRyan February 15, 2012 at 7:26 pm

    There be troubled waters ahead! Thanks for the comment Scott!

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