Serve in aCoupe glass
Dehydrated orange slice, pineapple leaves
How to make:
Aromatize the glass by spritzing with absinthe. SHAKE other ingredients with ice and fine stain into absinthe rinsed glass.
|1⁄12 fl oz||La Fee Parisienne absinthe|
|1 2⁄3 fl oz||Bacardi Carta Blanca light rum|
|2⁄3 fl oz||Freshly squeezed lime juice|
|1⁄3 fl oz||Taylor's Velvet Falernum liqueur|
|1⁄2 spoon||English orange marmalade|
|3 dash||Angostura or other aromatic bitters|
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"My aim was to prepare something as good and as simple as the Original Bacardí Daiquiri; to make a cocktail from simple ingredients that you can get at your local store. It has to be fresh, balanced, aromatic, unique and very easy to prepare. During my preparation I started to read more about the Bacardi history and I noticed the connection between Bacardi and Ernest Hemingway. His favorite cocktail was the Original Bacardí Daiquiri, so I used this as my starting point."
We say: Basically a bitter orange and clove daiquiri - We found this recipe really sung when we added a splash of water for some extra dilution and half a bar spoon of sugar - perhaps our No Peel Orange Marmalade from Wilkin & Sons was a tad on the sour side - or even our limes. Anyway, once balance adjusted this particular "Breakfast" was very tasty.
Latvian BACARDÍ LEGACY 2016 winning cocktail by Eduards Trofimčuks, Olympic Casino, Jelgava.
A variation on Salvatore Calabrese's Breakfast Martini. The history of this cocktail and additional variations can be found on our Breakfast Martini cocktail page.