Remedy for: Soothes the stomach. Improves Circulation.
Spicy, seductive, sultry. This will make you want to tango . . . or steal a yacht and leave for somewhere exotic. Medicinal Mixology‘s interpretation of a Dark ‘n’ Stormy transforms the famous drink into a healthy cocktail that will get your blood pumping.
Dark ‘n’ Stormy
2 measures Flor de Caña 7 Years Aged Rum
1 measure Ginger Syrup
slice of Lime
Pour Rum and Ginger Syrup over ice in rocks glass. Squeeze juice of 1 slice of lime over ingredients, and toss the lime slice in the glass. Stir well. Float sparkling water on top of mixture.
Whether its partly cloudy or dark-and-stormy, this drink is New Orleans — a tropical climate with afternoon thunderstorms, and light rain that sprinkles the rooftops of 200-year-old French Quarter homes late at night. This is the drink to enjoy when the weather hasn’t quite reached tropical storm status, or on warm nights that beckon you to come outside and play. It’s raining now and we’re sitting in our room amidst candlelight, with our tall, windowed balcony doors open so that we can feel the warm breeze of another stormy night in the Quarter.
Pour a Dark ‘n’ Stormy, and drink to good health!