For a taste of the tropics, look no further than the Rum Runner. The cocktail was first crafted about 70 years ago at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar in Islamorada, Florida. If you love fruity, neon-hued drinks, this island-inspired sipper is for you.\n\n\n\nThis recipe calls for several different spirits. (Four, to be precise!) But swaps are perfectly fine here. If you only have either light or dark rum on hand, that\u2019s fine\u2014just double whichever one you plan to use. Meanwhile, the blackberry liqueur can be replaced by blackberry brandy, Chambord or cr\u00e8me de cassis. For a kick of sweet spice, simply swap out the dark rum for a spiced rum.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nIngredients\n\n\n\n1 ounce light rum1 ounce dark rum (Navy-strength preferred)1 ounce banana liqueur 1 ounce blackberry liqueur or brandy (can be substituted with cr\u00e8me de cassis or Chambord)1 ounce pineapple juice 1 ounce lime juice \u00bd ounce GrenadineCherry, for garnishPineapple wedge, for garnishBlackberries, for garnish \n\n\n\nDirections\n\n\n\nFill a cocktail shaker with ice.\n\n\n\nPhotography by Chelsea Kyle\n\n\n\nAdd all ingredients to the cocktail shaker, and shake until chilled.\n\n\n\nPhotography by Chelsea Kyle\n\n\n\nStrain into hurricane glass filled with ice.\n\n\n\nPhotography by Chelsea Kyle\n\n\n\nGarnish with fresh fruit. Skewer the cherry and pineapple on a toothpick, and 3\u20134 blackberries on a separate toothpick.