To celebrate the release of the new Pirates of the Caribbean film Salazar’s Revenge, Port Royal Patty is giving 10 lucky people the chance to win a free box of our authentic Jamaican patties. Just by retweeting our hashtag #lovedempatties, you are in with a chance!
10 winners will be selected at random and will be contacted directly by Port Royal Patties on Tuesday 30th May 2017 to arrange delivery of 20 delicious patties, including beef, lamb, chicken, salt fish and vegetarian.
Good luck and don’t forget to ‘Love Dem Patties’
Port Royal is supporting Morrisons at their Carnival sampling events throughout August –Come join us!!
Croydon, CR0 4NZ July 30th
Wood Green, N22 6BH August 6th
Stratford, E15 1EN August 13th
Thamesmead, SE28 8RD August 20th
Peckham, SE15 5EW August 27th
With raffles, prizes, fun, and food from us and various other Caribbean related brands, Morrisons is bringing a taste of sunshine to your local store.
The money that Morrisons raises in the raffle will be donated to the store’s chosen charity. PLUS, they’ve arranged a steel band to bring that Carnival Vibe and we have a case of patties to give away as well! Take a pic with our banner in store on the day and tweet @PortRoyalLondon to enter.
It’s well worth the visit so we look forward to seeing you there.
#LoveDemPatties #PortRoyalSummer #KeepItPortRoyal
Leisurely days, pleasant afternoons, and joy-filled evenings, a Port Royal patty is ideal at any time of day this sunny season.
Enjoy your summer, Enjoy Carnival, Enjoy Port Royal.
As the summer gets hotter, cool off with these refreshing classic cocktails from the Caribbean!
Passionfruit & ginger cocktail
Recipe type: Cocktail, Drinks,
- 200g sugar
- 500ml water
- 1 x 5cm piece of ginger sliced
- pulp and seeds from 10 passion fruit
- juice and zest of 2 lemons
- light rum
- soda water/sparkling water
- fresh mint
- lemon slices
- To make the syrup, bring the sugar and water to a boil in a small saucepan.
- Once the sugar has dissolved, add the passion fruit, ginger and the lemon juice and zest and remove from the heat. Allow to cool.
- To serve, pour a little of the syrup into a glass filled with ice then add some light rum and fill up with soda water. Add the mint and lemon and serve.
- Alternatively, combine all the ingredients in a large jug.
Barbados: Black & Stormy
The Bajan take on the Bermuda-born Dark & Stormy. Pour 2 oz of dark rum (such as Mount Gay Eclipse Black or Black Barrel) into a tall, ice-filled glass, fill with ginger beer (not ginger ale), add a good squeeze of lime, and stir.
Martinique: ‘Ti Punch
More than a cocktail, it’s a ritual. Adjust proportions of sour/sweet/strong to suit your own taste: Combine 1½ oz of white rhum agricole, ¼ oz cane syrup, and ¼ oz freshly squeezed lime juice in a small glass. Stir with a swizzle stick. Add an ice cube or two if desired.
Carriacou: Sherwin Noel’s Rum Punch
In a tall, ice-filled glass, combine 1–1½ oz dark rum (such as Clarke Court’s Special Dark) and ½–1 oz overproof rum (such as Jack Iron) with ½ oz sugar syrup. Fill with a blend of fruit juices (Noel uses grapefruit, orange, pineapple, sour orange, and lime) and add a couple shakes of grenadine and Angostura bitters. Stir and grate fresh nutmeg on top.
Trinidad: Rum and Coconut Water
Combine 2 oz of golden rum (such as Angostura’s Single Barrel Reserve, only available in Trinidad; or its for-export-only Five-Year-Old) with fresh coconut water and a couple dashes of Angostura bitters.
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