Rum is a popular and versatile spirit; you don’t need to mess with it to enjoy its taste. It is best to keep rum cocktails simple, and with these 2-ingredient rum drinks, you don’t need to spend hours slaving over the bar counter.
These rum drinks are inexpensive, and you can whip them up instantly. Read on.
Top 15 Awesome 2-Ingredient Rum Drinks
15. Abominable Snowman
Abominable Snowman is a blue, sweet, festive, and frosty rum drink perfect for all winter festivities; plus, you only need two ingredients.
- 1 bottle of blue cream soda
- 1 ½ – 2 oz RumChata
- Sparkling Sanding Sugar (Optional)
Get a highball glass with ice, add sugar on the rim if you have it, and then pour the RumChata. Slowly pour blue cream soda over Rumchata to fill the glass.
14. Total Solar Eclipse
Total Solar Eclipse is a rum drink named after the total eclipse that was visible in the USA in 2017, but you don’t need to wait for the next eclipse to enjoy this rum  cocktail.
- 1.5 oz Dark Rum
- 4 oz Orange Pop or Sparkling Clementine
- Orange Slice (for garnish)
In a cocktail glass with ice, pour Orange Pop or Sparkling Clementine. Gently pour the dark rum on top and finish it with an orange slice.
13. Island Limeade
Island Limeade is similar to Ti’ Punch, but it is less rustic and has a refreshing taste.
- Homemade Lime Juice or Limeade
- Dark Rum
In a glass with ice, pour the dark rum. Slowly pour the homemade lime juice or limeade over the dark rum and ice to make an island-theme cocktail.
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12. Rum Orange
If you want a refreshing and tasty rum cocktail, try the Rum Orange.
- 1 tbsp orange marmalade
- 2 oz rum
- 1 Lime wedge (garnish)
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine the ingredients and shake vigorously for at least 30 seconds. Strain in a cocktail glass, squeeze the lime wedge and top the drink off.
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11. Rum & Tonic
Rum and Tonic is a quick and easy rum drink that gives a refreshing spin on the classic cocktail G&T.
- 2 oz dark or aged rum
- 4 oz Tonic water
- 1 lime wedge (garnish)
In a highball glass, pour the rum. Pour the tonic water on the bar spoon to increase the bubble and stir before serving with a lime wedge on top.
10. Berry Blue Malibu Jello Shots
Jello shots can make a celebration more special, and you can make one using two ingredients.
- 1 3-oz Berry Blue jello
- ⅔ cup Malibu Rum
Mix the berry blue jello in one cup of boiling water until it dissolves. Combine the coconut rum and ⅓ cup cold water and mix thoroughly. Pour into jello shot cups and refrigerate for 2-4 hours. But how many jello shots will get you drunk?
9. Dark & Stormy
Dark and Stormy can be your go-to cocktail, especially if you don’t want to measure a handful of ingredients.
- 1 ½ – 2 oz Dark rum
- Ginger beer
- Lime wedge (Optional)
Add rum in a low-ball glass filled with ice and top it off with ginger beer. Stir to mix, then serve.
8. RumChata Eggnog
You don’t need to spend so much time making delicious cocktails because you can make one using a pre-made rum cocktail.
- 2 oz RumChata
- 4 oz eggnog
- Whipped Cream & Ground nutmeg (for garnish)
Combine the RumChata and eggnog. Top it off with whipped cream and ground nutmeg if desired. But is rum or bourbon better for eggnog?
7. Jelly Donut Shot
Jelly Donut Shot is a sweet and fun 2-ingredient rum drink that is perfect for different occasions.
- 1 oz RumChata
- 1 oz Chambord
Pour Chambord in a double-shot glass. Slowly pour the Rumchata using the back of a bar spoon. Shoot immediately.
6. Ti’ Punch
Ti’ Punch came from the French Caribbean Island of Martinique. It is known for its funkier taste, and there are different ways to serve and enjoy it.
- ¼ oz Cane syrup
- 2 oz Rhum Agricole
- Lime Disc (optional)
Combine cane syrup and Rhum Agricole in a glass and give it a quick stir. Squeeze in the lime and add ice before serving.
5. Low-Calorie Pina Colada
If you are counting calories, you don’t have to cheat on your diet to enjoy a tasty and refreshing rum drink.
- 1 can pineapple-flavored sparkling water (sugar-free)
- 1.5 oz Coconut spiced rum
- 1 slice of fresh pineapple (optional)
In a glass filled with ice, pour the rum and top it off with pineapple sparkling water. Garnish the drink with a pineapple wedge if desired.
4. Raspberry Lemonade
If you want something light, refreshing, and simple cocktail drink, you cannot go wrong with Raspberry Lemonade.
- 1 oz Coconut Malibu Rum
- 8 oz Simple Raspberry Lemonade
In a cocktail shaker, combine the ingredients with ice and shake well. Strain in a highball glass with ice and garnish with fresh raspberry if desired.
3. Apple Cider Slush with Spiced Rum
Apple Cider Slush with Spiced Rum is full of amazing flavors, and it will surely impress your family and friends.
- 64 oz Apple Cider
- 12 oz Spiced Rum
In a large container, combine apple cider and spiced rum. Freeze in a container for 24 hours and serve frozen.
2. Malibu Slush
Malibu Slush is best to drink on a hot day. It is refreshing and delicious with a little kick.
- 1 ¼ cup Frozen Lychee juice (cubes)
- 2 tbsp Malibu Rum
Combine the ingredients in a blender and blend for 30 seconds. Pour in a glass, then serve immediately.
1. Cuba Libre
Cuba Libre is a popular rum cocktail that has been going strong for over 100 years.
- 2 shots of dark rum
- Lime wedge (garnish)
Pour the dark rum into a glass with ice. Fill the glass with coke and top it off with a lime wedge.
What mixes well with rum?
Rum mixes well with citrus mixers like lemon, lime, and pineapple. It also goes well with Club soda, tonic water, coke, and ginger beer.
What can you mix with dark rum?
You can mix dark rum with orange, lemon, lime, or pineapple juice. Dark rum has spicier and sweeter notes , plus It will taste great as it looks.
What is the best way to drink rum?
The best way to drink rum is by adding a splash of water or with mixers. It helps mellow out the spirit’s flavor and does not overpower other mixers. But does rum go bad when opened?
The 2-ingredient rum drinks are easy to make, and all the ingredients are widely available at home or in grocery stores. Cocktail drinks don’t have to be complicated; you only need the right ingredients.
Which rum drink are you excited to try?
Lisa is a freelance lifestyle writer specializing in nightlife, leisure, and celebration. She has been in the field for eight years and has written articles featured in various local blogs and lifestyle magazines.
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