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Raise a Glass to National Rum Day with Tommy Bahama’s Rum Babalu

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In honor of National Rum Day, make your way to Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar and celebrate with an island favorite – rum. The Rum Babalu combines the sweet flavor of maple syrup with rum, ginger beer, lime juice and bitters. Break out the bongo drums for this mouth-watering, signature cocktail.

Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan on Fifth Avenue at 45th Street, Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar is the ideal location for lunch, dinner or Happy Hour. 

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar – New York  551 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10176

Open 11:30am Daily ~ Island Time Happy Hour: 4-6pm Daily

For reservations, please call 212.537.0960 or visit TommyBahama.com

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar is sharing the delicious island recipe with those of us that can only be there in “spirit”.

Rum Babalu

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Rum Babalu

Ingredients

  • 2 parts Kirk and Sweeney® 12 Year Rum
  • ¾ part fresh lime juice
  • ½ part maple syrup
  • 1 part ginger beer
  • 1 dash of Angostura® bitters

Glassware: Double Rocks

Ice: Cubes

Garnish: Orange peel

Instructions: Add all ingredients in a shaker except ginger beer, add ice and shake well until chilled. Strain over fresh ice, top with ginger beer and garnish with an orange peel.

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