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Drink of the Day: Mariposa - Shaun the Bartender : Shaun the Bartender

Drink of the Day: Mariposa

April 28, 2015 | By |

We are getting so close to the pool season here in the Midwest.  To help you get in the mood, here is a cocktail that will help you do so.

A rum and brandy combination with some notes of citrus, then sweetened with some grenadine, you will be sure to get in the right mindset and have yourself a cocktail to get good at preparing when the season finally arrives.

Have a great day and enjoy this pre-season treat.  Cheers!



1 oz. Rum

1 oz. Brandy

Juice of 1/2 Lemon

1/2 oz. Orange Juice

Splash of Grenadine


Method:  Combine all the ingredients in a mixing glass with ice.  Cap with a tin and shake well.  Strain into chilled cocktail glass.  Garnish with an orange wheel on the rim of the glass.


This Day in History:

1789 – The most famous mutiny in maritime history actually occurred on this date when Fletcher Christian led a group of sailors on-board the HMS Bounty and took the ship over from Captain William Bligh.

1945 – Italian dictator, Benito Mussolini was executed.

1967 – Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali refused to be drafted in the Army.

2001 – Dennis Tito became the first space tourist.


Notable Birthday:

Talk show host and comedian, Jay Leno was born on this date in 1950.

Notable Quote:

“If God had wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates.”  –  Jay Leno



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