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STEVE THE BARTENDER SHAKES UP BRIX RUM SUMMER COCKTAILS

Sip into summer with Steve the Bartender + Brix Rum.


As the sun-soaked days of Aussie summer approach, what better way to cool off and elevate your spirits than with the expertly crafted cocktails from Australia's own, Steve the Bartender? In his recent YouTube video, aptly titled "5 Cocktails I'll Be Drinking This Aussie Summer," Steve takes us on a tantalising journey through a lineup of refreshing concoctions, featuring Brix Mango Rum + Brix Australian Rum.

 

Known for his impeccable taste and flair behind the bar, Steve the Bartender adds a touch of sophistication and depth to his summer creations. Delve into Our World of Rum and discover how these exceptional drops have become an integral part of Steve's summer cocktail repertoire.





BRIX MANGO RUM MINT MOJITO


INGREDIENTS

60 ML BRIX MANGO RUM

30 ML LIME JUICE

15 ML SIMPLE SYRUP

10-12 MINT LEAVES

SPLASH OF SODA WATER

METHOD

1) Combine ingredients into a highball glass​

2) Gently muddle the mint leaves​

3) Half fill the glass with pebble ice & stir to combine​

4) Add soda water​

5) Top with pebble ice​

6) Garnish with a large sprig of mint





BRIX AUSTRALIAN RUM HURRICANE


INGREDIENTS

120 ML BRIX AUSTRALIAN RUM

60 ML LEMON JUICE

60 ML PASSION FRUIT SYRUP

METHOD

1) Combine all the ingredients to your cocktail shaker​

2) Whip shake with pebble ice to chill and dilute​

3) Pour over pebble ice into a hurricane glass

4) Top with more pebble ice

​5) Garnish with a lemon wheel, or pineapple & maraschino





Steve the Bartender is an accomplished mixologist and charismatic personality in the world of cocktails. Renowned for his engaging YouTube channel, Steve shares his expertise by crafting innovative and delicious drinks, making mixology accessible to enthusiasts worldwide. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for quality spirits, Steve the Bartender is your go-to guide for elevating your at-home drinking experience.



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