Tropical Coffee

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There are a few drinks that could be considered national drinks as they are so closely associated with their country of origin. In Mexico it would have to be tequila preferably in the form of a margarita. In Brazil caipirinhas made with the country's national spirit cachaça are the go-to choose. In the United States it would have to be whiskey particularly bourbon whiskey which is produced in Kentucky. And in Canada it would be maple syrup which is used in many cocktails and also as a flavouring for beer.

However, some countries do recognise them as their national drink, Caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil, while Pisco Sour is the national drink of Peru.

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Tropical Coffee

Low ABV ( less than 15% ),Light and refreshing.
*Note that dilution and other factors like type and temperature of ice are not considered in this upfront calculation.

coconut cream pie or tiramisu

Coffee, Sweet, Creamy


  • Gold Rum 3 cl
  • Hot Black Coffee 15 cl
  • Whipped Cream 4.5 cl
  • Sugar 1 tsp


Any Glass of your Choice


Tropical Coffee
tropical coffee is a popular Rum cocktail containing a combinations of Gold Rum,Hot Black Coffee,Whipped Cream,Sugar .Served using Any Glass of your Choice


Tropical Coffee Ingredients


Gold Rum,Hot Black Coffee,Whipped Cream,Sugar,


Tropical Coffee Recipe


Pour gold rum and coffee into an irish coffee cup and sweeten to taste. Gently float cream on top, sprinkle wth cinnamon, and serve.

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  • Gold Rum

    Gold Rum or Amber Rum is a Rum aged in a wooden cask that gives it it's characteristic colour and sweetness and rich flavour.

    Note that all Rums are born white or light, or rather colourless, it's in the ageing process that they gain their character and colour. Amber Rum is aged in Wooden/Oak Casks while Dark Rum is aged in Charred Oak wood Casks.

  • Hot Black Coffee

    Coffee or roasted coffee beans brewed in hot water, is the most popular drink that probably competes only with tea in the non-alocholic beverages category. Coffee being a rich source of caffeine it can help the human body overcome fatigue and improve physical performance and also lower risks of several conditions like Type II Diabetes, Cancer and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
    Coffee liqueur is a popular and brands like Kahlua and Tia Maria are regulars in cocktails, but often brewed non alcoholic coffee is used in cocktails too, hot black coffee with Rum and whipped cream is what makes a Troical Coffee Cocktail for you, and being a caffeine rich liquid, it is a strange combination with alcohol since it tends to interact with the body and do just the opposite of what alcohol does, that it, tries to keep you alert and awake.

  • Whipped Cream

    Whipped cream is a liquid heavy cream that has been whipped by a whisk or in a mixer until a light fluffy cream that holds its shape. The whipping makes the water and cream form a colloid and often dissolved gas is used which on expansion forms a firm colloid. Whipped cream is also called Chantilly cream.
    Whipped cream sold in aerosol cans, where the cream is instantly whipped by the expanding gas, is a ready to use whipped cream, and its known by several names like Squirty Cream, Spray Cream or Aerosol Cream, in Scotland it’s called Skooshy Cream. A common Squirty Cream brand in the United States is Reddi-Wip.

  • Sugar

    Brown Sugar is a sucrose sugar with a distinctive brown colour from the presence of molasses, it is a partially refined or unrefined sugar containing sugar crystals and residual molasses giving it a distinctive taste and flavour of crystallised molasses or toffee. The taste of dark brown sugar is described as a caramel taste with a deep molasses flavour.
    Brown sugar is used in cocktails where a caramel candy or toffee flavour is expected.

    Caster Sugar is finely ground granulated sugar. It is not as fine a powdered confectioners' sugar and has a little grit to it. It is somewhere between confectioners' sugar and granulated sugar, and melts in mouth with a mild spicy feel to the tongue

    Vanilla Sugar is the regular granulated sugar infused with vanilla flavour, by using vanilla pods and seeds to flavour the sugar. A home made alternative is to use vanilla sticks or pods in a jar of sugar and leave it sealed for 4 weeks to allow the vanilla flavour to infuse. Or to use granulated sugar and vanilla extract and blend in a mixer, although this ends up in powdered sugar.

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