|3⁄4||oz||Jamaican rum, Smith & Cross|
Shake and strain into an Old Fashioned glass over crushed ice, garnish with a mint sprig.
From other users
- Quite bitter, and a bit odd. The combination of the expected sweet / tropical Mai Tai flavors with the bright bitter citrus Campri is somewhat jarring. Still very good. Jeff loved it.
- I made this with Cynar instead of Campari. The bitter does a good job of balancing the sweet, with a nice hit of funky rum flavor from the S&C.
- Very good with Cynar as well.
- Sweet, then quite bitter and dry, with hogo everpresent. Nearly too bitter but the finish is intriguing.
- (scant) 1.5 Cynar/1 oz Doorly's 5/.75 Dillon Rhum/.75 Homemade Orgeat/.75 lime/.25 Creole Shrubb. Wow. Almost like tropical punch. Really good. Mint garnish is important.
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