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Rainy weather has
me stuck inside the boat y, I guess you know what I’ve been up to. You guessed it playing with new syrups and
cocktails. I heard an old song that
gave me an idea to play a little bit with some herbs and thyme looks like the
one that seems to work the best for today’s ideas.
Denizen Rum is always a challenge to work
with when creating new cocktails.
Usually a citrus mix works with it.
The addition of the thyme and lemon to the semi burnt sugar syrup really
gave me a great flavor combination to build on. Sparkling water added tames the sweetness a
bit and yield a very flavorful afternoon cocktail. This is the perfect refreshing afternoon
delight, no matter what the weather conditions.
Citrus Thyme Cocktail
1½ oz. Denizen Rum
2 oz. Sour Orange Juice
½ oz. Bahama Bob’s Lemon Thyme Syrup
Top Up with Club Soda
Place all ingredients except the club soda into a shaker
filled with ice and shake until chilled.
Strain into a Collins glass filled with fresh ice and garnish with an
Bahama Bob’s Lemon Thyme
1 Cup Sugar
in the Raw
1 Cup Water
¼ Tsp. Thyme
sugar and the thyme in a pan and heat to 435 degrees. Do Not stir, wait until the sugar begins to
melt and add the lemon juice. Stir until
the thick syrup begins to boil. Slowly
add the water as you stir the mixture.
Keep stirring until the mixture comes to a boil. Reduce the heat to 230 degrees and allow
simmer for about 5 minutes stirring periodically. Remove from heat and pour into a bowl and
put into the refrigerator until cold.
Keep in the refrigerator for longest life.