Coca-Cola Signature Mixer, Spicy Notes, 200 ml
Regular price £1.29
With a warm introduction that gives way to a fiery finish, this Signature Mixer is a sophisticated and complex blend. Citrusy lime, ginger, spicy jalapeño, fragrant rosemary and aromatic jasmine combine to create a mixer with a considered balance of zest and earthy flavours that pairs beautifully with dark rums and silver tequilas. Read more.
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Coca-Cola Signature Mixers are a range of mixers, crafted to be enjoyed with premium dark spirits. Each of the four Coca-Cola Signature Mixers variants (Smoky Notes, Spicy Notes, Herbal Notes, Woody Notes) have been co-created by some of the world's leading mixologists who experimented with over 200 contemporary and traditional ingredients to create four refined mixers for dark spirits.
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Cuba Libre Recipe
A classic Cuban cocktail of rum, cola, lime and ice. Basically, the only difference between a regular Rum and Coke, and this cocktail is lime (and its juice). In the majority of recipe variations – the lime is optional, but in our opinion, this simple citrus addition to the mix creates a delicious and unique flavour. "Cuba libre!" was the rallying slogan of Cuban revolutionists against Spanish rule at the tail-end of the 19th century. Legend has it, in the year 1900, there was a captain in the U.S. Army stationed in Havana, Cuba during the Spanish-American War. When he poured Coca-Cola and a squeeze of lime into his Bacardí and toasted his Cuban comrades by calling out in the bar, “Por Cuba Libre!” (“To a free Cuba!”) this classic cocktail was born.