Cocktails Straight from the Nightclub & Bar Trade Show Floor!

The Nightclub & Bar Trade Show will be featuring an enormous variety of new products to get excited about! We have provided you with a list of cocktail recipes made specifically from products that will be showcased on our 2014 trade show floor this month! We feature the hottest products, so try something new and shake up these cocktails at your venue!

The Chimp
Created by Monkey Rum Resident Mixologist Jacopo Falleni

1 1/2 oz. Monkey Coconut Rum
1/2 oz. Pineapple Purée
1/2 oz. Creme de Banana
1 spoonful of fresh sugared whipped cream
Garnish: Drizzle chocolate syrup in glass

Combine Zane Lamprey’s Monkey Coconut Rum, pineapple puree, and creme de banana in your shaker. Next spoon in the fresh whipped cream and add shake for 5 fast seconds. Strain and pour into your chocolate rimmed martini glass and you’re done.

The Chimp

White and Pineapple
Created by Captain Morgan

1 1/2 oz. Captain Morgan White Rum
5 oz. pineapple juice

Fill a glass with ice. Pour in the Captain Morgan White Rum. Top with the pineapple juice. Garnish with a lime wedge.

White and Pineapple

Glamour Shot
Created by Baileys

1 oz. Baileys Vanilla Cinnamon Irish Cream Liqueur
1/2 oz. Goldschlager Cinnamon Schnapps
Edible gold flakes (optional)

Mix ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into a shot glass. Sprinkle gold flakes (optional).

Glamour Shot

Mint Choco Chata
Created by RumChata

1 oz. RumChata
1/3 oz. Chocolate Vodka
1/4 oz. Green Crème de Menthe

Shake ingredients with ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with chocolate chips.

Mint Cocho Chata

Moscow Mule
Created by Global Vodka

2 oz. Global Vodka
5 oz. Ginger Ale
2 Lime Wedge

Prepare in Highball glass. Pour the vodka first and then the ginger beer in a highball glass half filled with ice cubes.
Moscow Mule



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