Queens Park Swizzle

The soldiers that returned from world war II in the tropics not only brought back victory but also a taste for the rum they tasted while in parts of the globe where it’s plentiful.  The Queen’s Park Swizzle was invented back in 1946 in Trinidad where there’s plenty of Guyanese Rum that makes this drink cool and refreshing. You don’t have to go to a tiki bar to have one, you can make this one yourself but remember that one is not enough and too many is never enough!

Cheers,Queens park Swizzle

John Apodaca

Queen’s Park Swizzle

3 oz Demerara Rum
3/4 oz lime juice
1/4 oz simple syrup
3 dashes of Angostura Bitters
Fresh mint for garnish

Add ingredients into a collins glass along with crushed ice and swizzle with a bar spoon until the glass is frosted over. Garnish with fresh mint.

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