Airmail

1 12 oz Añejo rum
34 oz Lime juice
1 oz Honey syrup (1 part honey to 1 part water)
1 oz Prosecco
Instructions
Glass: coupe Garnish: eyedropper of Angostura bitters, mint leaf Combine rum, lime juice, syrup and ice in shaker. Shake vigorously. Strain into glass and top with prosecco. Garnish by dragging mint leaf through bitters to create an attractive design, then laying mint leaf on top.
From other users
  • 3/4 oz of honey syrup is enough. Like better without the prosecco — ☆☆☆☆
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3 Comments

Made with El Dorado 12 year

Made with El Dorado 12 year rum, this is one of my favorite drinks of all time. I made this at my brother-in-law's wedding reception, and it was a huge hit.

DrunkLab's picture

Banks 5 Island and black sage

Banks 5 Island and black sage honey make for a flavorful and summery drink. Can also be made with lemon. An Airmail without the sparkling wine is called a Honeysuckle (also a good drink).

Cocktailian's picture

If you replace the honey

If you replace the honey syrup with domaine de canton it's called a China Post; if you replace it w/ st germain it's a Poste Aérienne. Both are fun variations