Windjammer's Grog

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Moderate ABV ( between 15% and 20% ), Balanced and approachable.
*Note that dilution and other factors like type and temperature of ice are not considered in this upfront calculation.

Rum and water

  • Dark Rum 6 cl
  • Water 9 cl

old fashioned glass

Windjammer's Grog
Windjammer's Grog is a popular Rum cocktail containing a combinations of Dark Rum,Water .Served using a old fashioned glass
Windjammer`s Grog is a simple and classic cocktail that captures the spirit of the high seas. This drink combines dark rum and water in an old-fashioned glass with no ice cubes. Stirred well, it delivers a smooth and robust flavor profile that`s perfect for those who appreciate the timeless appeal of rum. The absence of ice cubes allows the richness of the rum to shine through, creating a drink that`s both straightforward and satisfying. Windjammer`s Grog is the ideal choice for those moments when you want to unwind and enjoy a taste of tradition. Whether you`re reminiscing about seafaring adventures or simply looking for a no-nonsense drink to savor, this cocktail will transport you to a place where the wind is in your sails and the horizon is endless.

Grog Ingredients

Dark Rum,Water,

Grog Recipe

Pour the rum and the water into an old-fashioned glass with no ice cubes. Stir well.

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  • Dark Rum

    Dark Rums have molasses as their main ingredient, the dark liquor has a full bodied flavour of spices and caramel and is a favourite drink with Cola and is part of so many cocktails.

    The term Dark Rum is not a legal definition but it generally refers to any rum that is dark brown in appearance due to ageing or from additional molasses or caramel.

    The colour of Dark Rum varies from Gold to Black, depending on the years of ageing in the vat.

  • Water

    Water might seem like one ubiquitous ingredient in any alcoholic beverage, and to have no specific purpose other than dilute the alcohol, to prevent irritation and burn, it has more purpose to its presence than it seems.
    Water breaks the alcohol molecules and attaches to them and releases the esters that holds the secret to the aroma into the drink and to the nose. Temperature of water is important and although almost all cocktails are served chilled, be sure to understand the role water plays in a drink. Another factor is the quality of water, if you are serious about your cocktail, be sure to use the best neutral tap water or preferably bottled spring water if possible.

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