The Acapulco cocktail is the beautiful love child of a Hemingway Daiquiri and a Margarita. Originally from (you guessed it) Acapulco, Mexico, it’s made with both tequila and rum as well as a fruity mix of lime, pineapple and grapefruit juice. If you’re looking for the perfect summertime libation, look no further.
Mix it Up
For a frothy head, first dry shake .75 oz of egg whites with the juices and spirits, then add ice and shake again before straining into the rocks glass with ice.
Recommended Tequila: Pueblo Viejo Reposado, Siete Leguas Reposado, Cazadores Reposado
Recommended Rum: Denizen 3 Year White, El Dorado 3 Year White, Bank's 5 Year Rum
The Blue Hawaii wasn’t named after the Elvis movie, like you might expect. In fact, the drink predates the film by four years. Bartender Harry Yee created the cocktail in 1957 while he was working at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki. A Bols sales representative came to Yee asking for a drink made with the company’s blue curaçao liqueur...