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Rohan2Reed
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?

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I like rum at the beach, as well.

What's your go to non-Bacardi? I like Appleton and Flor de Cana.


Haven't drank any rum since I got back from Belize in December. The rum there is lightyears ahead of anything Bacardia or the other mass producers put out in the states that I've had / looking at you Sailor Jerry

I would like to find something that's similar to a traditional Caribbean style rum .. made from sugarcane, nice and thick without being syrupy, no rubbing alcohol flavor. someone rec'ed me a couple on the board a few months ago but I forgot them.


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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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What's your go to non-Bacardi

I don't drink rum a ton, but I really like Zaya rum. It runs about $40 a bottle but it's delicious. I ended up sipping like scotch. It's really tasty.
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Lester Earl
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Nola blonde


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LSUAfro
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Rum:
El Dorado

Mount Gay

Bayou Rum just released. It's a Louisiana distillery using our sugar cane. Should be able to find in stores soon. I will probably try to pick some up this weekend.


BlackenedOut
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Keife & Co. is where I've been picking up rums lately. El Dorado is my jam and I like Brugal as well.


Fipitan
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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until my wife tells me that I've had enough.




Does not compute...


LSUAfro
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Does not compute...


Exactly when it's time to shut it down.


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Billy Mays
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
This weekend:

Canebrake

I'll also drink a Pina if I know it'll be freshly made with real fruit (zero fux given)


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tracytiger
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Malibu and pineapple


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Rohan2Reed
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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Keife & Co. is where I've been picking up rums lately. El Dorado is my jam and I like Brugal as well.


I'll go this week maybe and see what the boys recommend.


Y.A. Tittle
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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Keife & Co. i


If there's a more welcoming business establishment in town, I don't know what it is.

Really nice place.


Rohan2Reed
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Completely agree. Those guys (and gal) are all amazing. Very polite, knowledgeable, professional, casual, approachable.. I love the place.


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Cucumber Mojito


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BayouBengal
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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Haven't drank any rum since I got back from Belize in December. The rum there is lightyears ahead of anything Bacardia or the other mass producers put out in the states that I've had / looking at you Sailor Jerry

I would like to find something that's similar to a traditional Caribbean style rum .. made from sugarcane, nice and thick without being syrupy, no rubbing alcohol flavor. someone rec'ed me a couple on the board a few months ago but I forgot them.


What about Appleton Estate?


Lookin4Par
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Vodka, ruby red grapefruit juice and a splash of orange juice.




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OldTigahFot
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Last time in Jamaica it was Red Stripe when the sun was out, Jack Daniels when the moon rises. This worked out pretty well. I would not recommend bourbon during the day in the hot sun.



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KingRanch
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
miller lite


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AlmaDawg
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
Margaritas and beer. Beach, house, backyard, church, etc.


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Pirate Diver
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
2 cups Parrot Bay Coconut Rum
1 Cup Piña Colada Mixer
1/2 Bag Frozen Strawberries
3 Bananas
Blend (Liquify Setting) in blender until smooth. Pour half into a spare container. Remaining half blend with Ice until daquiri consistency. Pour into jug, and blend set aside portion with ice. Combine with first batch, stick in ice chest, roll to beach & enjoy Other fruit can be substituted for above (Ex. Mango, oranges etc)

Best part is this feels like drinking a smoothie, and healthy. I drink this ALL day & never get a hangover due to the hydration from the fruit. Been making these the past 10 days straight at the beach. All our friends here love them.
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Mr Fusion
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re: Your "go to" beach drink?
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mix a little ice in a cooler w/ some cans of natty light... 
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SlidellBammer
surprise...



Having said that, I actually agree.


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