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makes 2 Servings
1/4 cup Appleton Special Jamaica Rum
2 tablespoons Gosling's Black Seal Rum
2 tablespoons lime juice
2 teaspoons brown sugar
1 1-inch piece fresh ginger, thinly sliced
1/2 cup Bundaberg ginger beer, chilled
Add first 4 ingredients to cocktail shaker. Squeeze ginger over to extract juice; fill with ice. Cover; shake vigorously. Strain into 2 Collins glasses. Top with ginger beer.
Recipe by Ace Hotel Swim Club
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Goslings DARK ‘N STORMY®
Into a tall glass filled with ice add 4–5 oz. of Goslings Stormy Ginger Beer and top with Goslings Black Seal Rum. Garnish with a lime wedge (optional). Goslings Black Seal Rum’s “Signature Drink.”
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How did the dark and stormy get its name?
This cocktail was crafted hand-in-hand with Goslings Black Seal rum and Barritt’s ginger beer. It was born in the Caribbean where rum drinking sailors were copious.
Legend has it the name comes from a WWI vet turned sailor who inspected the color of the drink and described it as the “color of a cloud only a fool or a dead man would sail under.”
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Hot and Stormy
This is great for anyone who likes spicy stuff. The heat from the chili blends perfectly with the lime and the smoky flavor of the rum. It’s delicious all on its own, but it would definitely take Taco Tuesday to the next level! If you’re concerned about the heat and want to tone it down a bit, don’t add much of the chili to the drink.
- 5 Tablespoons dark rum
- 1 cup ginger beer
- Half a lime
- 1 fresh chili
- Deseed and chop the chili, then add it to a cocktail shaker with zest from the lime
- Muddle the chili and lime zest together
- Drop the mixture into a glass to taste. If you want more fire, add more chili
- Fill with ice
- Add rum and ginger beer
- Add a squeeze of lime juice
If you’ve never had a Dark and Stormy, it’s high time you add it to your drink rotation. It’s simple to make, and delicious. Plus, as long as you don’t specifically call it a Dark ‘n Stormy, the variation possibilities are nearly endless. It’ll be a big hit this Spring and Summer, especially on a dark and stormy day!
How to Make a Dark & Stormy | Cocktail Recipes
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Recipe: 2 oz Goslings Black Seal Rum. Top with Ginger Beer. Pour into highball glass. Garnish with lime wedge..
We all wish that we can be in Bermuda all the time. But for most of us it’s just not possible. However, it is possible to drink like we’re in Bermuda and to do that you want to be drinking a Dark and Stormy. Really simple to make, it follows the basic principles of a normal highball, like a gin and tonic or rum and Coke..
But instead of gin or white rum, we’re going to use Gosling’s Black Seal Rum. It is the official, actually, the legal cocktail of the Dark and Stormy, so technically it’s illegal to make a Dark and Stormy without it, but I won’t tell anyone. Just a really nice, full bodied, aged rum will do. However, Gosling’s makes an amazing Dark and Stormy..
So just two ounces of that straight into your highball glass. And now we’re going to top this off with ginger beer. Not ginger ale. Ginger ale as we know, is that sort of sweet ginger soda. This is a lot spicier and it really has a strong, fresh, ginger note to it. You’ll definitely be able to tell the difference between ginger beer and ginger ale. I should note that there’s no alcohol in ginger beer. So you could just drink it by itself and it’ll have no alcoholic content. That’s what the rum is for..
We’re going to top this off with ice and put in our ginger beer. Like a lot of highballs, we’re going to want to garnish this with a lime just to give it that nice, tart, tropical zing. I like to squeeze this lime in there, and then just to make it look perfect, put another one right on top. Get in there. There you go and there you are. A classic drink from Bermuda. The Dark and Stormy.
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Ingredients 2 fluid ounces dark rum 4 fluid ounces ginger beer ½ cup ice. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes. Add rum.
Pour in ginger beer and lime juice. Stir with a barspoon. Garnish with a lime wedge.
Enjoy. 1. Fill a glass with ice. Add the dark rum, and lime juice. Top with ginger beer and serve garnished with the lime wedge. The dark ‘n stormy is a popular drink from the Caribbean.
It’s easy to mix up and just as refreshing as any fruity rum drink. If you are a fan of the Moscow mul. A Dark &rsquon&rsquo Stormy is a highball cocktail made with dark rum (the “dark”) and ginger beer (the “stormy”) served over ice and garnished with a slice of lime. Lime juice and simple syrup are also frequently added.
This drink is very similar to the Moscow mule except that the Dark ‘n’ Stormy has dark rum instead of vodka. The original Dark ‘n’ Stormy was made with Gosling Black Seal rum and Barritt’s Ginger Beer, but after the partnership between the two failed and the companies pa. September 18, 2020 The Dark &rsquon Stormy is the inexorable concoction of Bermuda&rsquos British history, a literal fusion of our merchant and naval traditions.
Between the end of WWI and 1991, Goslings and the Dark &rsquon Stormy.
5 Variations of the Classic Dark ‘n Stormy
The Dark ’n Stormy is the inexorable concoction of Bermuda’s British history, a literal fusion of our merchant and naval traditions. Between the end of WWI and 1991, Goslings and the Dark ’n Stormy became synonymous and inseparable, and not just in Bermuda. That it is today one of only four internationally trademarked cocktails further reflects Bermudians’ entrepreneurial spirit and legacy of punching above our weight on the international stage.
But what if you’re looking for a different twist on our national cocktail? Look no further than these 5 stormy spins on the old classic.
Dark ‘n Stormy Float
1-pint vanilla ice cream
24 ounces Goslings Ginger Beer
6 ounces Gosling’s Black Seal Rum
Scoop 3 smallish scoops of vanilla ice cream into 4 mason jars. Top with 6 ounces Ginger Beer. Float 1.5 ounces of rum on top of ginger beer. Squeeze in s0me fresh lime juice and enjoy!
Bright and Sunny
1 ½-2 oz. Goslings Gold Seal Rum
Splash of Goslings Ginger Beer
Splash of tonic water
Fill a short glass with ice. Add the splash of ginger beer followed by tonic. Garnish with a few slices of cucumber and a dash of bitters.
1 ½-2 oz. Goslings Gold Seal Rum
4 oz. chilled Goslings Ginger Ale
Fill a glass with ice and ginger ale. Top with rum.
Blackberry ‘n Stormy
1½ oz Goslings Black Seal Rum
3½ oz chilled Goslings Ginger Beer
1 lime wedge
3 mint leaves
6 fresh blackberries
Muddle lime and mint in a shaker. Add blackberries and continue to muddle for 1- 2 minutes. Pour in the rum and shake. Fill a short glass with crushed ice. Pour the contents of the shaker over the ice and top off with ginger beer. Garnish with a fresh blackberry and a mint leaf.
Dark ‘n Stormy Cider
2 oz. Goslings Black Seal Rum
½ oz. fresh lime juice
1 oz. chilled apple cider
3 oz. chilled Ginger Beer
1 apple slice
1 lime wedge
Fill a glass with ice. Pour in apple cider, then ginger beer before floating rum on top. Top with fresh lime juice and garnish with an apple slice and lime wedge.
Invented in Bermuda, where it is the national drink, just after WW1 by the Gosling Brothers (makers of fine rum since 1806), the Dark N' Stormy is an easy to make rum cocktail recipe on the same basis as a Moscow Mule.
Under the threat of legal action due to their trademark of Dark 'N Stormy, the true recipe uses Gosling's Black Seal dark rum but you can use any dark rum, or even add a spiced rum for a different approach.
If a different rum is used, then the cocktail should be called Safe Harbour for all the pedants out there.
And don't go swapping ginger ale for the required ginger beer - ginger ale is simply carbonated water flavoured with ginger whereas ginger beer is brewed and fermented.
We've included a small pour of fresh lime juice as that's the way we drink it, but purest might leave it out and fall back on a simple squeeze of a lime wedge.
Tokyo Record Bar beverage director Ashtin Berry was inspired by the izakaya cuisine at this New York City lounge where vinyl rules. She loves the way heat coaxes out white miso’s butterscotch notes. “The Dark ’n Stormy has this perfect blend of baking spiced fruit and ginger spice,” says Berry. “I decided to use the white miso and sweet potato notes of the sochu along with the bitterness of the Cynar liqueur to create a more savory version.”