How to make: Cornish Shipwreck cider cocktail

By James Beeson

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Twist on a classic: this cocktail combines spirits and cider
Twist on a classic: this cocktail combines spirits and cider

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This dark and stormy Cornish Shipwreck cider cocktail is best made with the finest cider and rum.

The Dark and Stormy cocktail is a true classic. It is the unofficial drink of Bermuda and is named after the clouds that form over Bermuda's 200 square miles of coral reef, a stretch of sea that is known for sinking ships.

This twist on a classic is made with rum, cider, ginger beer and lime. Spiking the cider with rum gives it a real kick. The ginger brings a wonderful heat and spice, which makes it the ideal cocktail for keeping warm as the sun goes down in the evenings.

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For the best results, use a premium rum and cider, and add the juice from half a lime for a bit of zing and to lighten the drink.

Prep time: ​5 mins

Cost to make: ​£1.89

Sell at: ​£6.50

  • Lime juice (half a lime)
  • 50ml dark rum
  • 75ml ginger beer
  • 100ml cider
  • Ice
  • Lime wedge (to serve)
  • Combine the lime juice, rum and ginger beer in a glass over ice
  • Top with the cider
  • Serve with a wedge of lime

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