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The Smuggler's Cove book is up there with my favourite cocktail books! It features plenty of cocktails, techniques and is incredibly informative - it should be on every aspiring cocktail bartender's book shelf - especially if you love tiki and/or rum. I picked 3 random recipes from the book that I hadn't tried previously that were quite different from one another to showcase some of the lesser known cocktails that are featured within the book. BUY THE BOOK: 🤍 BUY THE BLENDER: 🤍 DOWNLOAD THE COCKTAIL APP: 🤍 PINATA - 30ml Black Rum (1 oz) - 30ml Lightly Aged Rum (1 oz) - 30ml Ginger Liqueur (1 oz) - 15ml Allspice Dram (0.5 oz) - 90ml Pineapple Juice (3 oz) - 30ml Lemon Juice (1 oz) - 10ml Demerara Syrup (0.33 oz) MONK'S RESPITE - 45ml Gin (1.5 oz) - 7.5ml Yellow Chartreuse (0.25 oz) - 90ml Coconut Water (3 oz) - 30ml Seltzer (1 oz) - 15ml Lemon Juice (0.5 oz) - 7.5ml Honey Syrup (0.25 oz) - 1 dash of Orange Bitters Note: in the video I accidentally said "Boker's Bitters" when I actually meant "Brokers Gin"! JAMAICAN MILK PUNCH - 30ml Black Jamaican Rum (1 oz) - 30ml Whole Milk (1 oz) - 30ml Heavy Cream (1 oz) - 15ml Demerara Syrup (0.25 oz) - 6 drops of Vanilla Extract - 1 dash of Angostura Bitters Music by: - Smartface - Smartface - Amber Lights - Chill Cole - Fansi Pan - Yomoti - On the Keys of Steel - Dusty Decks
A rum cocktail is a fun drink that is also easy to mix. In this video, Martin Cate from Smuggler's Cove, San Francisco, demonstrates how to make a popular rum cocktail: the classic daiquiri. A classic daiquiri is a timeless drink that highlights the great flavor of rum. The daiquiri is easy to make, all you need are three basic ingredients—lime juice, sugar and of course, rum. To mix the daiquiri, start with half an ounce of fresh lime juice. For sweetening the rum cocktail, you can use castor sugar or simple syrup. Martin likes to uses simple syrup made with Demerara sugar, which has a rich taste with the distinct character of molasses. Combine the lime juice, simple syrup and rum in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake well. Shake till you see frost forming on the outside of the cocktail shaker. Strain the chilled cocktail into a coupe glass and your classic daiquiri is ready to serve. Host a tropical theme party and wow your guests with this refreshing cocktail. To explore further, visit: 🤍 Check out cocktail glassware to help you serve daiquiris here: 🤍 See some bar tools to help you mix ingredients for the perfect classic daiquiri here: 🤍 Create some beautiful cocktails with the Art of the Cocktail from Williams-Sonoma: 🤍
Modern Plank Episode #7 The Smugglers Barrel mix is a secret ingredient that not even the bartenders know. I guess you will just have to head on down to the Cove and try it for yourself. Tough! Located at 650 Gough St. in San Francisco. 1oz Fresh Lime Juice 1oz Pineapple Juice 1.5 oz Smugglers Barrel Mix 3 kinds of Demerara Rum //created by Dominic Alling //copyright 2011
Marius and I recently went to San Francisco and of course while we were there, we stopped by the now legendary tiki bar Smuggler's Cove. Since opening in 2009 Smuggler's Cove has been a go to destination for Tiki and Cocktail enthusiasts, it boasts 550+ Rums, Three Levels and a TON of Hawaiian and Polynesian Kitch, basically what you would expect from a tiki bar, and it is all housed in a pretty small and intimate space. The bartenders are welcoming and the menu is extensive. It is a place I could nerd out on and get lost in for a long long long time. Smuggler's Cove was also listed as one of the 50 Best Bars in the world every year from 2011-2016. So to celebrate our inaugural trip to Smuggler's Cove I decided to bring you the original Tiki drink featured on the front cover of their book which you should all buy and read! The Expedition is a Martin Cate Original Cocktail inspired by Donn The Beachcomber alum Mariano Licundine's citrus and coffee forward drink the Black Magic. Licundine created the drink for the Mai Kai Tiki bar and restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, FL. In the Martin Cate version of this drink, full disclosure, he uses Bittermen's New Orleans Coffee Liqueur to tie the drink into the Beachcomber's home town but I didn't have any on hand and I like Mr. Black better. Anyway, Bittermen's in made in Boston so I feel justified LOL. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases which goes a long way to help us create our show. Here's links to the book and tools I use in this episode: Smuggler's Cove: Exotic Cocktails, Rum, and the Cult of Tiki 🤍 Barfly Copper Measuring Cup: 🤍 Bar Ice Scoop: 🤍 Hamilton Beach Pro Drink Mixer: 🤍 If you like our channel, please click and subscribe 🤍 If you guys want to check out our full amazon store you can do so here: 🤍 We are happy to announce that we are officially sponsored by Barfly Mixology Gear. Barfly makes very high quality professional bar equipment. Their barware essentials and accessories are designed to deliver optimal appearance, temperature consistency and proportion in every glass so you can achieve masterful results. Definitely check them out at: 🤍 We are proud that our official apron sponsor is Stagger Lee Goods. Alfred Ramos hand stitches each of these amazing quality aprons in his Northern California workshop. He Does custom work and has aprons for just about every position in a restaurant and bar so do yourself a favor and check him out: 🤍 We have a discount code with Stagger Lee right now for 20% off your order just type: BARFLYSLG20 at check out. If you are interested in helping us offset the cost of production you should check out our Patreon page which has a bunch of great perks and goes a long way to helping us bring you quality content. You can find that here: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 For T-Shirts: 🤍 Here's The Specs: 2oz (60ml) Dark Jamaican Rum 1oz (30ml) Bourbon .25oz (7.5ml) Coffee Liqueur 1oz (30ml) Lime Juice .5oz (15ml) Honey Syrup .5oz (15ml) Cinnamon Syrup .25oz (7.5ml) Vanilla Syrup Mint Sprig,Dehydrated Lime Wheel & Orchid Flower Garnish
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Donn the Beachcomber created the Zombie back in 1934. He spent months of research and dozens of bottles of rum to perfect his recipe. Imposter Zombies started appearing on menus around the US but Donn had an ingenious system to keep the ingredients a secret. It wasn't accurately replicated until Jeff "Beachbum" Berry discovered the original recipe. This is an adapted version of Donn's, featured in the Smuggler's Cove Tiki Book: 🤍 Featured tiki glassware: 🤍 Be warned - this drink is potent and I'd recommend sticking to the two Zombie maximum rule. * DOWNLOAD COCKTAIL APP: 🤍 SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🤍 BUY THE BACKBAR: 🤍 * INGREDIENTS - 45ml Blended Aged Rum (1.5 oz) - 45ml Column Still Aged Rum (1.5 oz) - 30ml Black Blended Overproof Rum (1 oz) - 15ml Velvet Falernum - 22.5ml Fresh Lime Juice (0.75 oz) - 7.5ml Grapefruit Juice (0.25 oz) - 7.5ml Cinnamon Syrup (0.25 oz) - Barspoon of Grenadine - 1 Dash of Angostura Bitters - 1 Dash of Herbasaint (or Absinthe) METHOD 1. Combine all ingredients into a blender 2. Add approx. 12 ounces of crushed ice and 4 large cubes 3. Blend briefly 4. Strain into your glass 5. Garnish with a mint sprig Music by Chillhop Music: 🤍 🤍
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Out of all the tiki drinks, the Zombie is the most well-known and most widely recognized. It is the true KING of tiki cocktails. Utilizing a plethora of your favorite tiki ingredients and 3 different rums, it tastes great AND will knock you on your butt! Ingredients: 3/4 oz. lime juice 1/4 oz. grapefruit juice 1/4 oz. cinnamon syrup 1 barspoon grenadine 1/2 oz falernum 1-1/2 oz. blended aged rum 1-1/2 oz. column still rum 1 oz. black blended overproof rum 2 dashes herbstura Instructions: Add lime juice, grapefruit juice, cinnamon syrup, grenadine, falernum, the 3 rums and herbstura to shaker tin with crushed ice. Shake until chilled and dirty dump (open pour) into tiki mug. Top with additional crushed ice. ✅ SOCIAL MEDIA Visit us on Facebook: 🤍 Visit us on Twitter: 🤍 Visit us on Instagram: 🤍TikiDrinksAtHome Secret of Tiki Island by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍
Here's how to make the Tiki drink the Fog Cutter, which is made with Light Cuban-Style Rum, Pisco (or Brandy), Gin, Lemon Juice, Orange Juice, Orgeat, Dry Sherry and Mint for garnish. This is Smuggler's Cove version, which is a marriage of Trader Vic’s recipe and Don the Beachcomber’s recipe. It creates the best and most complex version of the Fog Cutter. Tiki bars, Tiki drinks and Tiki culture all stem from Donn Beach (born Ernest Raymond Beaumont Gantt), who founded, the first Tiki bar, Don the Beachcomber, in Hollywood just after Prohibition. The man who unwittingly helped Donn’s concept turn into a movement was Vic Bergeron, who after visiting Donn’s bar and falling in love with the idea of it, went back up to Oakland and revamped his bar to incorporate the faux-Polynesian themes captured by Donn’s bar. So Vic’s bar, Hinky Dink’s was rebranded to Trader Vic’s and Vic took the concept of Donn’s bar to The Bay Area and spiced it up with a grander sense of showmanship to it. Vic was the one who introduced the tradition of serving exotic drinks in specialized and exotic ceramic mugs and bowls. But when Vic was getting started in the Tiki game, he not only took concept from Don the Beachcomber, but he actually bought $8,000 worth of Polynesian tchotchkes and artifacts off of Donn with which to decorate his bar. Vic also tried to recreate a lot of Donn’s original exotic drinks. However, Donn wouldn’t part with the recipes, so Vic had to come up with work arounds. Donn’s famous drink, the Zombie, was remade as the Tortuga. And later, Donn’s obscure Q.B. Cooler became the world-famous Trader Vic’s Mai Tai. But despite all of the things Vic stole, the Fog Cutter was not one of them. It was Vic’s original creation and one of his three most famous drinks (the Fog Cutter, the Scorpion Bowl and the Mai Tai). The Fog Cutter’s ingredients were distinctly Vic’s. Vic liked using Lemon Juice and didn’t shy away from using spirits other than rum. Donn, by contrast, was the opposite. He preferred Lime and didn’t mess with Lemon. He also rarely embraced other spirits the way Vic did. Despite the fact that the Fog Cutter was Vic’s drink, Donn did offer a version of it on his menu. Donn’s version used gold rum, pisco and gin, whereas Vic’s original used light rum, brandy and gin. The version I like the best is the Smuggler’s Cove version, which uses a combination of both recipes (light rum, pisco and gin). It offers the most complex and exciting flavor profile for the drink. The Smuggler’s Cove version also uses dry Sherry for the float. Most recipes call for cream sherry. Vic’s original didn’t specify, either way. So the dryness of the sherry is up to you. For the gin, I like using the Astral Pacific Gin from The Spirit Guild. It’s a small craft brand of gin that uses clementines for the spirit base instead of grain. And it also uses a compelling array of botanicals including grapefruit, pink peppercorn, sage and pistachios. The qualities of the pistachios and clementines perfectly complements the citrus and almond in this drink. The Fog Cutter had a specific mug designed for it. It was a tall, hour glass-shaped mug, usually with a bikini-clad woman on it. Trader Vic’s still sells them on their website. But I got mine from Horror in Clay, a tiki mug maker that specializes in mugs with a semi-esoteric horror slant to them. This one, the Innsmouth Fogcutter mug, was inspired by the H.P. Lovecraft story, the Shadow Over Innsmouth. The Fog Cutter is really easy to drink..perhaps a little too easy. Some Tiki drinks were notoriously strong and the proprietors would limit the number of these drinks that their guests could order. The Fog Cutter was one of them. Vic’s wouldn’t serve you more than two. That would probably be good advice to heed. This one can sneak up on you. Okole Maluna! Recipe: 2 oz (60 ml) Light Rum 1 oz (30 ml) Pisco (or Brandy for Vic’s recipe) 0.5 oz (15 ml) Gin 0.5 oz (15 ml) Orgeat 1.5 oz (45 ml) Lemon Juice 1.5 oz (45 ml) Orange Juice float 0.5 oz (15 ml) Dry Sherry (Oloroso recommended) garnish Mint Sprig Add all ingredients, but Sherry and mint, 12 oz (350 ml) of crushed ice and 3-4 ice cubes to a shaker. Shake. Pour unstrained into Tiki Mug or Pilsner Glass. Float Sherry. Garnish with Mint. Serve with straw and stir stick. Music: A Mysterious Presence 4 by Håkan Eriksson via Epidemic Sound Follow Us! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Featured in this Episode: Caña Brava 3 Year Rum 🤍 Encanto Moscatel Pisco 🤍 Astral Pacific Gin 🤍 Innsmouth Fogcutter Tiki Mug by Horror in Clay 🤍 Smuggler's Cove by Martin & Rebecca Cate 🤍 Potions of the Caribbean by Jeff “Beachbum” Berry 🤍 Bar Tools: Citrus Juicer (Orange) 🤍 Lewis Bag & Ice Mallet 🤍
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⏩ SUBSCRIBE 🤍 ✅ Log on 🤍 🔔 GET NOTIFIED about new videos! Curt Ramm - Smuggler's Cove - the lead single from the album "Rogue Island" is a reggae influenced and jazz tinged instrumental. To download the entire record or order a signed CD go to 🤍 -=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- 2021 Written by Curt Ramm and Ray Gennari Produced by Ray Gennari with Curt Ramm Video Edited by Jillian Noyes -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Curt Ramm is one of the preeminent horn players in rock and roll. As well as being an in-demand studio session player, Curt’s playing has kept him very busy over the years with electrifying live performances throughout the US, Europe and Japan. Some of his recording and performance credits include Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Bruce Springsteen Sessions Band, Nile Rodgers and CHIC, They Might Be Giants, Radiohead, The Levon Helm Band, Glen Hansard and Little Steven. The Story. I thought that some people would be interested to know how this project was born, so I threw together a few words Early in March, 2020 when many parts of the music business came to a screeching halt, I met reggae artist Clatta Bumboo through my friend Ray Gennari, when Clatta and Ray asked me to orchestrate and perform an instrumental version of one of Clatta Bumboo's recordings. I really enjoyed it, and they loved what I had done, so this led to doing several other horn arrangements for them. By then, the “Damn-panic” was in full swing, so I had to face the fact that, for the foreseeable future, I wouldn’t be playing live shows, and definitely not touring. As a way to keep playing, and have some fun, Ray and I started to create new songs, similar in style to the first track I worked on with him and Clatta Bumboo. Since we were in the throes of the pandemic, and we wouldn’t be able to assemble a large group of musicians in the studio, the challenge was to keep it organic, unforced and feeling like a live session - letting it swing a bit. We listened to a few drum tracks from Aston Barrett, Jr. (The Wailers) and Brady Robinson (Pentateuch Movement) that Ray had previously recorded, and felt they were “living and breathing” tracks we could use to build our songs. Ray would play bass, guitar, and some keyboard parts to set up the arrangement and vibe, and send the track to me to write horn melodies and background brass parts. We bounced the ideas back and forth, sometimes three or four times - changing the form, adding a bridge, and deciding on endings. Being unable to work together in the studio in person, we talked constantly on the phone until the song was feeling complete. We continued this process for most of the Summer, and Ray and I were both thankful to have a fun and creative escape from the pressures of the pandemic, and the few people we had shared our creations with really loved the positive and uplifting vibe of the songs. At this point, we decided it was time to share and spread this positivity, so we invited some friends to be part of our project, too. Bill Holloman (Nile Rodgers, Danny Gatton) added some saxophone parts, and Charlie Giordano (E Street Band) played piano on two songs, and even accordion on one. Noted reggae producer and performer Andrew “Moon” Bain (Lustre Kings, Zion I Kings) played some wah guitars on yet another song, and Andrew “Drew Keys” Stoch (Shaggy, Common Kings) added piano and organ to a track, too. As things loosened up enough to where we could actually sit in the same room, we were able get some other local players and friends involved, first having Mike Dansereau in to overdub B-3 on almost everything, Tony Kid in to do some clavinet and synth overdubs, Michael Manglicmot in for a percussion session, and Scott Begin (Badfish) played drums for tune that we had written, but didn't have the appropriate drum track for. For the cherry on top of all of that, my son, Gerard, sent a sax solo for the opening song of the record from his home in California. Ray mixed all of the songs at his studio, and before we knew it, we had a collection of songs that felt like they belonged together on a record. I'm happy we created these songs, and we're proud to share them in the hope that they will help shine a little light going forward. #ReggaevilleVideoPremiere #MaadSickReggaeville #Reggaeville
A few week ago, I made my own Homemade Passion Fruit Liqueur, now let's make 3 Passion Fruit Tiki Cocktails from the Smuggler's Cove Tiki book. In the book, these cocktails use Passion Fruit syrup but you can just as easily use a Passion fruit liqueur (homemade or store bought) Learn how to make your own Passion Fruit Liqueur: 🤍 Subscribe to Rob's home bar to learn how to make cocktails at home, homemade liqueurs and other home bartending basics. 🛑 SUBSCRIBE HERE ➡ 🤍 Timestamps 0:00 Passion Fruit Tiki Drinks 0:40 Hinky Dinks Fizzy 3:02 The Mastodon 5:34 The Puka Punch 8:45 Tasting and Rating Hinky Dinks Fizzy Tiki Cocktail Recipe 1 oz Aged Rum (Angostura 7) 1 oz Dry Gin (Dillon's) 1/2 oz Apricot Liqueur (Homemade) 3/4 oz Passion Fruit Liqueur (Homemade) 1/2 oz Lime Juice 1.5 oz Pineapple Juice 2 oz Sparkling Wine The Mastadon Tiki Cocktail Recipe 1.5 oz Blended Aged Rum (Mount Gay Black) 1.5 oz Bourbon (Buffalo Trace) 1/2 oz Maraschino Liqueur 1/2 oz Licor 43 1 oz Passion Fruit Liqueur (Homemade) 1/2 oz Lime Juice 3 oz Pineapple Juice 2 dashes Peychaud’s Bitters Puka Punch Tiki Cocktail Recipe 3/4 oz Black Blended Rum (Gosling’s) 1 oz Blended Lightly Aged Rum (El Dorado 3) 1 oz Blended Aged Rum (Mount Gay Black) 1/2 oz Falernum (Homemade) 1 oz Passion Fruit Liqueur (Homemade) 1 oz Honey Syrup 3/4 oz Pineapple Juice 3/4 oz Orange Juice 1 oz Lime Juice 2 dashes Angostura Bitters 3/4 oz Black Overproof Rum (Plantation OFTD) ✅ Let’s Connect! 🔹Instagram ➡ 🤍 🔹Facebook ➡ 🤍 🔹Twitter ➡ 🤍 🔹My Website ➡ 🤍 🔹IMX Productions ➡ 🤍 🥃 *Bar Equipment* 🍹 Bar Cart (Mine is discontinued, this one is similar) 🤍 Bar Mats 🤍 BarFly Jigger 🤍 Julep Strainer 🤍 Hawthorne Strainer 🤍 Fine Mesh Strainer 🤍 Boston Shaker with Glass Top 🤍 Lewis Bag & Mallet 🤍 Long Spoon-Straws 🤍 Moscow Mule Mugs 🤍 Mint Julep Cup 🤍 Nick & Nora Glasses 🤍 Collins/Highball Glasses 🤍 Libbey Tiki Glass (x4) 🤍 Two Faced Tiki Glass 🤍 🎥 *Camera & Studio Gear* 📱 GoPro Hero 7 Black 🤍 GoPro Head Strap 🤍 GoPro Clamp 🤍 MicroSD Card 🤍 iPhone 11 Pro 🤍 Aputure Light 🤍 Sound Proof Tiles 🤍 Collapsible Green/Blue Screen 🤍 Blue Yeti Microphone 🤍 #RobertBaldwin #RobsHomeBar #CocktailRecipe
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Here’s how to make the Scorpion Bowl, the classic tiki drink. This party-sized cocktail made with Gold Rum, London Dry Gin, Cognac-style Brandy, Orgeat, Simple Syrup, Lime Juice, Orange Juice, with an Orchid, Mint and an Orange Wheel for garnish. It has evolved from Trader Vic’s original 1940’s recipe, but has remained one of the most popular Tiki creations. It was certainly in Vic’s top three in terms of popularity, along with the Mai Tai and the Fog Cutter. It was sweetened with one of his favorite exotic ingredients, orgeat, which appeared in his top three drinks as well as the likes of the Trader Vic Punch, Tiki Bowl, Kava Bowl and the Eastern, London and Munich Sours. The Scorpion Bowl appeared on Vic’s menus as early as 1941, along with a drink called “My Kava Bowl”, but the punch has roots in both American and Polynesian drinking traditions that stretch back centuries. According to David Wondrich, in what is now the US, from about 1670-1850, punch reigned supreme, but by the time of Jerry Thomas, Harry Johnson and the Gilded Age, the cocktail had knocked punch off its throne, and by the time Prohibition rolled around, it was dead in the gutter. Vic, who opened a bar in Oakland right at the end of Prohibition, was already playing around with punches in the early 1940’s and in his 1946 book, he talked about wanting to raise punch from the dead and ward off the bad gris gris of punch’s reputation for behind served to stuffy crowds of people afflicted with Long Island lockjaw. To help break away from it’s crusty reputation, Vic drew inspiration from the ritual communal drink, prevalent throughout Polynesia, of Kava. Kava is a plant that was central to Polynesian parties, ceremonies and entertaining visiting dignitaries from other tribes. Vic took the communal aspect of the Kava Bowl ceremony, as a celebratory gathering point, and attempted to reenact that atmosphere in his restaurants by creating shared drinks (don’t call them punches). However, instead of everyone ladling from the bowl into their own cups, Vic had them use straws to all sip from the same bowl, which made for a more intimate, yet playful atmosphere. Most modern Scorpion Bowls will be garnished with fire. Vic would garnish his with gardenias and that’s a good way to go, but I like creating a bouquet of an orchid in the bed of mint. The orchid, ever since its introduction by Harry Yee in the 50’s has become the universal tiki drink signifier. The mint harkens back to the original recipe that had mint leaves in the punch. The orange wheel acts as an anchor to hold it all together as you drink your way to the bottom of the punch. Keep in mind, that unlike some modern tiki punches, this one is on the boozy-side. You can definitely taste the gin. In that sense, it feels like it could have been unearthed by David Wondrich from a 19th century handwritten recipe. And while it’s not as wild as something you’d get at Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago, it’s classic and you’ll know why as soon as you taste it. Okole Maluna! Recipe: 4 oz (120 ml) Gold Cuban Rum 4 oz (120 ml) London Dry Gin 2 oz (60 ml) Brandy 2 oz (60 ml) Orgeat 1.5 oz (45 ml) Simple Syrup 2 oz (60 ml) Lime Juice 4 oz (120 ml) Orange Juice garnish Orange Wheel, Orchid, Mint (optional) Stir with ice. Pour into tiki bowl filled with 3 Cups (720 ml) of ice. Add straws and garnish. (Optionally, to simplify the recipe, abandon the Simple Syrup and use 3.5 oz/100 ml of Orgeat for the sweetener.) Music: Bateria Brasileira 3 by Martin Gauffin via Epidemic Sound Follow Us! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Featured in this Episode: Panamá-Pacific Rum 🤍 Sipsmith Gin 🤍 Copper & Kings Brandy 🤍 L’Orgeat 🤍 Orchid 🤍 Drummer Bowl from Trader Sam’s 🤍 Imbibe! by David Wondrich 🤍 Punch by David Wondrich 🤍 Smuggler's Cove by Martin & Rebecca Cate 🤍 Potions of the Caribbean by Jeff “Beachbum” Berry 🤍 Bar Tools: Volcano Bowl from RetroPlanet 🤍 Copper Punch Bowl 🤍 Japanese Style Jigger (Gunmetal Black) 🤍 Beachbum Berry Skull Barspoon (Gunmetal Black) 🤍 Koriko Weighted Shaker Set 🤍 Bamboo Straws 🤍 Fine Mesh Strainer 🤍 Citrus Juicer (Lime) 🤍 Cuisinart Citrus Juicer 🤍 Cutting Board 🤍 Small Knife 🤍 #ScorpionBowl #TraderVics #SmugglersCove
Smugglers Cove in Rosscarbery West Cork is only 1 hour from Cork City and is home to Ireland’s first Tubing Park, with 4 tracks varying from 50 to 100 meters. Surrounded by the beautiful landscape of Rosscarbery, the tracks give a very unique experience, mixing breath taking scenery with the thrill of a lifetime! The first track is a long parabolic turn which stops after crossing a bridge. If speed is your thing, you will love the double track which allows you to race against a friend via a double straight fast run underneath the bridge. The last (and biggest!) track is the “Tubby Jump”, which is a steep run into a big kicker where the rider is propelled into the air before landing onto a giant freestyle ski bag! The Smugglers Cove (Crazy) Mini Golf course is great fun for all the family. With 18 holes, and challenges such as disappearing balls, treasure chests, cannons, skull and cross bones, water features and even wooden rafts which transport you to and from an island green! The course is a challenge for even the most skilled player... Do ye have what it takes? All of the holes have an easy or hard way to play which makes the course suitable for adults and children. Our four-tower timber maze offers a fun challenge for all the family, with up and over bridges, cut off paths and confusing turns! Younger adventurers will be kept busy finding hidden objects and for the older explorer, there are puzzles to solve and finger mazes to work out as you work your way through the maze. The attraction, which is unique to Munster, is designed by world-renowned maze designer Adrian Fisher.
Visiting one of the islands most go-to places, Smuggler's Cove and swimming in the ocean before continuing the day by the pool at the hotel.
Let's make three FALERNUM Tiki Cocktails from Smuggler's Cove. I love my homemade falernum liqueur, it makes amazingly delicious tiki drinks! Here are 3 awesome tiki drinks using Falernum Liqueur. Subscribe to Rob's home bar to learn how to make cocktails at home, homemade liqueurs and other home bartending basics. 🛑 SUBSCRIBE HERE ➡ 🤍 Corn and Oil Cocktail Recipe 2 oz Barbados Rum (Mount Gay Black Barrel) 1/2 oz Falernum Liqueur 4 dashes Angostura Bitters Merciless Virgin Cocktail Recipe 1.5 oz Lightly Aged Rum (Plantation 3 Star) 1/2 oz Cherry Brandy 1/2 oz Falernum Liqueur 1/4 oz Orange Curaçao 3/4 oz Lemon Juice 1/2 oz Soda Water Juan Ho Royale Cocktail Recipe 1.5 oz Tequila Blanco 1/2 oz Falernum Liqueur 1/2 oz Blue Curaçao 1/2 oz Orgeat Syrup 3/4 oz Lime Juice 2 oz Sparkling Wine 0:00 Intro 0:35 Corn And Oil Cocktail 2:25 Merciless Virgin Cocktail 4:24 Juan Ho Royale Cocktail 6:31 Tasting and Rating ✅ Let’s Connect! 🔹Instagram ➡ 🤍 🔹Facebook ➡ 🤍 🔹Twitter ➡ 🤍 🔹My Website ➡ 🤍 🔹IMX Productions ➡ 🤍 🥃 *Bar Equipment* 🍹 Bar Cart (Mine is discontinued, this one is similar) 🤍 Bar Mats 🤍 BarFly Jigger 🤍 Julep Strainer 🤍 Hawthorne Strainer 🤍 Fine Mesh Strainer 🤍 Boston Shaker with Glass Top 🤍 Lewis Bag & Mallet 🤍 Long Spoon-Straws 🤍 Moscow Mule Mugs 🤍 Mint Julep Cup 🤍 Nick & Nora Glasses 🤍 Collins/Highball Glasses 🤍 Libbey Tiki Glass (x4) 🤍 Two Faced Tiki Glass 🤍 🎥 *Camera & Studio Gear* 📱 GoPro Hero 7 Black 🤍 GoPro Head Strap 🤍 GoPro Clamp 🤍 MicroSD Card 🤍 iPhone 11 Pro 🤍 Aputure Light 🤍 Sound Proof Tiles 🤍 Collapsible Green/Blue Screen 🤍 Blue Yeti Microphone 🤍 #RobertBaldwin #RobsHomeBar #CocktailRecipe
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Inspired by the original Lei Lani Volcano from Walt Disney World in the 1970s, the Lei Lani Volcano 2.0 is a delicious variation created by Smuggler's Cove that's sure to appease even the biggest sweet tooth. #LeiLaniVolcano #TikiDrinks #SmugglersCove 🛑 Subscribe to Tiki Drinks at Home: 🤍 Ingredients: 3 oz. guava soda (Smuggler's Cove calls for Bundaberg) 1.5 oz. blended aged rum (5+ years) 1.5 oz. pineapple juice 1 oz. cream of coconut 0.75 oz. lime juice Instructions: Add guava soda to a Collins or highball glass, then add the remaining ingredients to a cocktail shaker and fill with cracked or cubed ice. Shake and double-strain into the glass. Gently add cracked or cubed ice to the glass and garnish with edible flower or umbrella. Check out Smuggler's Cove: Exotic Cocktails, Rum and the Cult of Tiki: 🤍 0:00 - Intro 1:14 - Let's talk about the Smuggler's Cove cocktail book 1:50 - How to make the Lei Lani Volcano 2.0 6:29 - Final thoughts and ending ✅ SOCIAL MEDIA Visit us on Facebook: 🤍 Visit us on Twitter: 🤍 Visit us on Instagram: 🤍TikiDrinksAtHome Beach Party - Islandesque by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 B-Roll - Islandesque by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍
Announcing our latest adventure: The Smuggler's Cove! An experimental open project, dozens of new assets, and an expansion outside (but still including) the #b3d community. Help us make this happen, so we can provide a sustainable resource of free high quality 3D content :) Read more on the Indiegogo campaign page: 🤍
On this episdoe we take you along for a bar crawl and tour of San Francisco's Smuggler's Cove, Burma Love and Last Rites! If you like tiki bars, exotic dining or themed, experiential bars or restaurants then you'll love this episode! For more fun stuff follow us on IG/FB/Twitter 🤍polynesianpop Listen to our podcast at 🤍 For exclusive content subscribe to our Patreon at 🤍 Music used in this video: Mile High by tubebackr 🤍 🤍 🤍 Creative Commons License. Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0) FUJI by tubebackr 🤍tubebackr music 🤍 Creative Commons License. Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0) Dawn of Man by Quincas Moreira Music promoted by Chilly Billy Music: 🤍 This episode was filmed entirely on my Apple iPhone 12 Pro My Gear: Main Vlogging Camera: 🤍 Main Camera Microphone: 🤍 Wireless Vlogging Microphones: 🤍 Podcast Microphones: 🤍 Podcast Audio Recorder: 🤍 Main Camera SD Card: 🤍 LED Panel Lights: 🤍 Umbrella Light Kit: 🤍 My Social Media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 About the show: Hi I'm Adrian, a long time tiki and cocktail enthusiast and the host and producer of "Inside the Desert Oasis Room" a podcast (sometimes) recorded from my South Seas inspired space of the same name. This channel is a supplement to that podcast to bring you along on our adventures, share good vibes and the aloha spirit! If you would like to collaborate, be a guest on the show, or join us on one of our adventures please contact me at polynesianpop🤍yahoo.com or direct message me on Instagram at 🤍polynesianpop Cheers and Aloha! #imbibing #cocktails #craftcocktails #daydrinking #tropicaldrinks #umbrelladrinks #flamingdrinks #tiki #mixology #mixeddrinks #rumdrinks #tikidrinks #tikibar #tikimug #tikilife #tikistyle #tikilifestyle #tikiculture #tropicalbar #cocktailbar #divebar #polynesianpop #desertoasisroom #vlog #podcast #podcastlife
Martin Cate created the Twenty Seventy Swizzle using classic swizzle recipes from the past. Ultimately, he ended up creating a well balanced, and slightly sweet tiki cocktail using two specific rums: Angostura 1919 and Lemon Hart 151. #TwentySeventySwizzle #TikiDrinks #MartinCate 🛑 Subscribe to Tiki Drinks at Home: 🤍 Ingredients: 1/2 oz. lime juice 1/2 oz. demerara syrup 1/2 oz. honey syrup 1/4 oz. allspice dram 1 oz. Angostura 1919 (or a column still aged rum) 1 oz. Lemon Hart 151 (or a black blended overproof rum) 1 dash Herbstura (1:1 absinthe/Angostura Bitters Instructions: Combine lime juice, demerara syrup, honey syrup, allspice dram, Angostura 1919 and Lemon Hart 151 into class. Top with ice and swizzle until cold. Top with additional ice if needed, garnish, and enjoy!
Join Sammy Hagar as he searches for the perfect rum cocktail! In this fourth episode, Sammy stops in with Martin Cate at Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco! Crazy Al from Ape told Sammy Martin is the best mixologist in town for rum and he aims to put him to the test. Grab a bottle of Sammy's Beach Bar Rum and try making the Hana Reviver yourself at home using the recipe below or ask for it at your nearest bar! HANA REVIVER RECIPE: 1 oz fresh lemon juice .75 oz honey syrup (50/50 honey & water) 10 drops Bitterman's Burlesque Bitters 1 very small pinch li hing mui powder .5 oz passion fruit nectar .25 oz Luxardo Maraschino liqueur 2 oz soda water 2 oz Sammy's Beach Bar Rum Film yourself trying it out and upload a response video! More information on Sammy Hagar at 🤍 and 🤍 and more on Smuggler's Cove at: 🤍 Watch Episode #1 at: 🤍 Watch Episode #2 at: 🤍 Watch Episode #3 at: 🤍
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SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Dating back to the prohibtion era of the 1930's this take on the Hurricane cocktail was created in the TIki bar the Smuggler's Cove hence the name. Black Rum was an excellent base back then as liquor was very limited in the prohibtion era and so this cocktail was born the Smuggler's Cove Hurricane cocktail. Just to be clear this is not the original recipe as it doesn't have Dark rum in this version of it. Just a preferred version that I personally enjoy. Ingredients (Recipe): - 120ml (4oz) Black Rum - 60ml (2oz) Freshly squeezed lemon juice - 60ml (2oz) Passion fruit syrup How to make: 1. Put 4-5 ice cubes and 360ml (12oz) of cracked ice in your shaker and add the ingredients. 2. Shake hard for 10 seconds. 3. Fill a hurricane glass with cracked ice and strain into it. 4. Garnish with an lemon slice and umbrella. That is the Smuggler's Cove Hurricane have you ever tried this tiki cocktail? Which Hurricane recipe is your favourite? Any cocktails, mocktails or drinks you want to see just let me know in the comments below, I want your input and I am happy to oblige to make any cocktails you suggest. I hope you enjoyed the video and don't forget to smash the like button if you like it and subscribe. Any cocktails you want me to make? Just let me know in comments below or my social media. Social media: Facebook- 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Twitter- 🤍 Enquiries- mixedsid🤍gmail.com
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review of Smuggler's Cove beach , British Virgin Islands 🤍 Introduction The Smuggler's Cove beach is a great place to relax. It's not too crowded, and the water is clear. If you're looking for some privacy, this is the spot for you. You can snorkel right in front of the beach or just hang out on shore; either way, this beach is great! The water is clear and the sand is soft. The water is warm and clear, and the sand is soft and white. The beach is shallow, so you can walk out a long way into the sea. There's also a reef right in front of the beach where you can snorkel if you're interested in seeing some fish or other sea creatures. You can snorkel right in front of the beach The water is clear and warm. It's shallow, so you can stand up in most places. There are a lot of fish to see! There are no annoying rocks or currents like you might find at some other Caribbean beaches. There are no annoying rocks or currents like you might find at some other Caribbean beaches. The water is crystal clear, and the sand is soft enough for you to walk barefoot on it with ease. Plus, if snorkeling's your thing, there are plenty of fish to see right in front of Smuggler's Cove Beach! If you're looking for a place where there aren't many tourists and crowdsbut still want access to one of the best beaches in all of BVIthen look no further than Smuggler's Cove Beach in British Virgin Islands! The beach itself is almost entirely private, with only one home that you can see from it. The beach itself is almost entirely private, with only one home that you can see from it. The sand is a long and narrow strip of white, stretching out into the ocean. There are no other beaches close byjust miles of clear blue water on all sides. The bar at the far end of the beach serves drinks and snacks all day long (and night). It's small but comfortable, with lots of chairs and umbrellas for shade when needed. This is a great place to relax and enjoy some warm water Smuggler's Cove Beach is a great place to relax and enjoy some warm water. The breeze is nice, and there are no rocks or currents to worry about either. If you want to get out of the sun for a while, there's shade under the trees nearby so you can stay cool while still being outside! Conclusion We think that Smuggler's Cove beach is a great place to relax and enjoy some warm water. It's easy to get to, there are plenty of things to do in the area, and the water is clear enough for snorkeling right off shore! #tortola #virginislands #britishvirginislands #caribbean #vacation #beach #beachlife #beachday #beachvibes #beachlife #beachhouse #beachtime #beachhousevibes #beach