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BACARDÍ Coquito

It’s not a holiday in Puerto Rico without Coquito, and it’s not an original Coquito without BACARDÍ. When dinner is done and friends and family are all gathered ‘round, bring out this festive serve for good times and sweet traditions.

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HOW TO MAKE A COQUITO

It’s not an original Coquito without BACARDÍ!

Make your own

BACARDÍ Coquito

  • 1 L bottle BACARDÍ Superior Rum
  • 445 ml cream of coconut
  • 415 ml condensed milk
  • 350 ml evaporated milk
  • 2 tbsp vanilla extract
  • cinnamon to taste
Learn

One step at a time

1

Pour

Pour all ingredients into a large punch bowl and mix.
2

Chill

Refrigerate before serving.
3

Serve

Serve in individual cordial glasses or mugs.
4

Garnish

Garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon or a cinnamon stick.

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How do you make rum?

Rum is made using only three ingredients: molasses from sugarcane, yeast and water. Ingredients are fermented, then distilled, aged, filtered and blended.

What is the difference between dark, gold and white rum?

Rum is a wonderfully complex and diverse spirit. Color can give us clues about time spent aging or the flavours that might be found within. Dark can be bold, sweet (or dry) and even smoky, gold is rich and soothing, and white is smooth, subtle and often refreshing.
But color can be misleading. The best way to truly understand a rum is to taste it for yourself.