Boss Colada at Cane and Table Cane & Table French Quarter What you’re drinking: The Boss Colada There are many things to enjoy about this throwback Caribbean restaurant and bar -- think Navy-strength rum and house-made falernum -- but best enjoyed here is the Boss Colada, a long and tropical drink fashioned from fresh pineapple, lime, Baska Snäps, and Peychauds bitters, garnished with a long pineapple leaf.
Painkiller...official drink of the British Virgin Islands Painkiller 2 ounces dark rum 1 ounce cream of coconut 4 ounces pineapple juice 1 ounce orange juice Shake or stir ingredients and pour over ice in a tall glass. Sprinkle nutmeg on top.
Old Fashioned It’s hard to go wrong with this tried and true sipper, but while an Old Fashioned usually calls for bourbon or rye whiskey, the drink’s name refers to the original definition of a cocktail: a combination of liquor (of any kind), sugar, water and bitters. So we say put aside the American whiskey and add a jigger of Scotch. This just might be your dad’s new favorite.