Tradition and recipes

Why did so many world-class cocktails – the Mojito, Daiquiri, Mulata and Cuba Libre, to name just a few – originate in Cuba? The answer has a lot to do with the quality of the rum and the inventiveness of local bartenders. Today the originating continues and the city’s status as "cocktail mecca" remains unchallenged, with mixologists from around the world convening here every two years for the Havana Club International Cocktail Grand Prix.

7 years old collection

Seven Sinful Years
“I’m a big fan of the Daiquirí, especially when prepared with the Havana Club Añejo 7 años. I made a version that doesn’t...
Trinidad
“This cocktail had been created in the pure classic bartending tradition to emphasize the exceptional aromas of Havana Club ...

CUBAN CLASSIC COLLECTION

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Vanilla cassis mojito
“I always take classic drinks and try to give them a facelift. Vanilla, mint and cassis really go well together. Especially for ...
Cojito
“Cojito is a fresh as a Mojito buts its coconut flavour makes it really new and different for Mojito addicted people.”
Havana Green
“Havana Green is a renewed Mojito, more modern, fresher and more tasty thanks to the intensity of the dark premium Havana Club ...
Istanbul Daiquiri
“An Asian twist from the gateway to the East”
Kiev Daiquiri
“Fresh from the cherry orchards of Ukraine”
Moscow Daiquiri
“The secret agent is the spoonful of honey”
Paris Daiquiri
“The Parisians add a certain je ne sais quoi”
Reykjavik Daiquiri
“Best served as cold as the Arctic Circle”
Rio Daiquiri
A cocktail compared to the lively city of Rio, “bursting with passion like Rio’s party people,”
Rome Daiquiri
“Guaranteed to conquer your tastebuds”
Santiago Daiquiri
“Spiced with a chilli from Chile”
Sydney Daiquiri
“From the bush down under to the bar up town”
Tokyo Daiquiri
“A Japanese blend of wisdom and well-being”
Toronto Daiquiri
“As perfect as a plate of pancakes”
Vienna Daiquiri
“An apple strudel in a cocktail glass”