Flor de Caña cocktails

Flor de Caña cocktails

Ok, technically Flor is Nicaraguan. But it beats every rum made in Costa Rica and is widely available here, so, just drink it. My personal favorite is the dark rum aged 7 years, poured over a glass of ice and finished off with a splash of coke. But it’s also damn good with ginger ale or coconut milk. 

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