Researching about Latin American recipes
(for the Hispanic Heritage Month at Mamás Latinas) I found this cocktail and I
have to say, it smiled to me… It’s named
El Macuá, after a homonymous Central American bird. Since 2006, after a
competition sponsored by Flor de Caña rum, El Macuá is Nicaragua’s national
El Macuá is the perfect tropical cocktail: a concoction made of rum, guava, orange and lemon juices. It has the
right amount of tropical fruit and citrus, not so sweet, it’s refreshing and
honestly, it tastes like a vacation (by the beach, by the pool, on a cruise…)
Very well done, without pretentions… just tropically delicious and super easy
The original recipe calls for Nicaraguan
Ron Flor de Caña Añejo Oro – 4 years. I hope you like it. Salud!
1 ½ oz of Flor de Caña rum – 4 years
1/3 oz of simple syrup (one part sugar,
one part water)
In a shaker filled with ice, add all the
ingredients and shake vigorously for 20 to 30 seconds.
Strain into a Collins glass filled with
Garnish with an orange slice and a
To print this recipe click here.
Are you ready this tropical cocktail?
Etiquetas: cocktails, mixology, rum