BACARDI Toasts the Moms in Your Life with Superior Cocktails

Thursday 06th, May 2021 / 14:00 Written by
BACARDI Toasts the Moms in Your Life with Superior Cocktails

BACARDI Rum and Luxurious Cocktails Celebrate the Moms in Your Life on Mother’s Day

BACARDI Añejo Cuatro reminds you that Mother’s Day is coming up soon and they can’t think of a better way to celebrate the lovely ladies in your life. This bottle will have your mother feeling luxurious on her special day, and they’ve even included two cocktail recipes below for you to make together, whether she’s right there next to you or just a Zoom call away.

BACARDÍ El Presidente No.4


·         2 oz. BACARDÍ Añejo Cuatro Rum

·         ¾ oz. MARTINI & ROSSI® Riserva Speciale Rubino

·         ¼ oz. orange Curaçao

·         2 dashes Angostura® bitters

Method: Stir all ingredients with plenty of ice until very cold. Strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with an orange peel.



·         1 oz. BACARDI Añejo Cuatro Rum

·         ½ oz. lime juice

·         ½ oz. honey syrup

·         1 ½ oz. MARTINI & ROSSI® Prosecco

Method: Shake the first three ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice, and double strain into a flute. Top with prosecco. Garnish with orange zest and a postage stamp.

Mom will love either of these rum cocktails.

About Bacardi Anejo Cuatro Rum

It takes four years maturing in a barrel under the Caribbean sun to create the unique taste of BACARDÍ® Añejo Cuatro Rum. It’s time well spent. Just like those special moments shared with the moms in your life enjoying Añejo Cuatro rum.

BACARDÍ® Añejo Cuatro rum boasts notes of mild vanilla, toasted oak and clover honey. Its profile is driven by oak contribution and highlights smoothness through aging with a golden apricot hue.

About Bacardi

February 4, 1862. The Bacardí family, led by Don Facundo Bacardí Massó, buy a distillery in Santiago de Cuba. They throw away the rule book and make their own unique blends with a revolutionary rum-making process that would change the way rum was made forever. In 1960 revolution came to Cuba. The Bacardí company’s assets were seized and the family became exiles in the US. They arrived with nothing. But with determination and passion they were soon back in business making their exemplary rum.

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