This recipe makes individual servings, but you might be tempted to fill your biggest punchbowl with this sweet-tart-boozy mixture.
The Ancient Mariner
This variation on Navy Grog includes Demerara rum, dark Jamaican rum, and Allspice dram. It's both rich and refreshing.
Paul Clarke calls this "one of the most regal refreshments in the exotic-drink universe."
Don't be afraid of the 151, the rum's strength is softened by the water from the slow-melting ice. A little pastis and a sprinkle of nutmeg make this particularly delectable.
What's a gin drink doing in a tiki roundup? This award-winning cocktail may not have any rum, but it's tropical and refreshing, perfect for the hot days ahead.
A float of sherry on top of this lightly sour sipper adds a savory element.
This Don the Beachcomber classic was created around 1941, and it's quite a sophisticated drink, balancing the complex flavor of Angostura bitters with rum, lime, Cointreau, and Pernod.
There are too many bad imitations of the Zombie, so you're probably better off making it at home.
Careful, this rum-rich ancestor to the tiki drink goes down quite easily.