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Absinthe Daiquiri

It's surprising both how much absinthe you can use in this bite-sized cocktail and then how much sugar is needed to tame it. Hit the balance and all these

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Sea Moon

Rhum agricole wit with lime and a subtle hint of mint. Patiently stir your sugar so it fully dissolves, strike the right balance, and this is a brilliant

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Champagne Piña Colada

Deliciously creamy pineapple and coconut enlivened by champagne with rum notes shining through.

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Fray Wray

Banana notes are subtle in this rum and cognac-laced sipper.

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Around The World

Tsipouro and falernum shine in this long fruity cocktail with just enough Agricole to make this properly tropical in style.

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Pomegranate Daiquiri

Freshly pressed pomegranate juice is essential to the success of this deliciously fruity but dry Daiquiri. Sadly, packaged juice doesn't produce a cocktail

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Ti' Time Daiquiri

The Ti' Punch meets the Daiquiri.

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El Presidente (with rhum agricole)

Rhum agricole adds distinctive grassy notes to this delicate Cuban classic.

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Crystal Ship

Sail through aquamarine waters to a happier place. In the original serve, there's even a monkey perched on the rim along for the ride.

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Pink Flamingo (by Eric Ochoa)

Bittersweet, sweet 'n' sour, and bristling with grassy rum-led flavour. This Pink Flamingo is a very expressive bird and one that may prove hard to handle

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Ti Punch

As the name suggests, Martinique's national cocktail is deliciously punchy – traditionally made with 50% alc./vol. rhum agricole. And, even if you choose

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Pineapple Express

Although only one-part rhum agricole to two-parts pineapple rum, it's the agricole that dominates the delicious and spirituous sour.

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Creole Cosmo

Dry tangy and perhaps more sophisticated than a classic Cosmo.

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This dame is best enjoyed after dinner or as a late-night pick-me-up/put you down.

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Absinthe Colada

How brilliantly and seductively creamy coconut tames absinthe and rhum agricole makes this colada served frappé dangerous.

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First Emperor

Grassy spirituous agricole rhum is mellowed by fruity pineapple, sweet herbal liqueur and vinous herbal vermouth.

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Winter Solace

This tart citrusy cocktail brilliantly harnesses the character of rhum agricole.

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Caribbean Sazerac

A Caribbean-inspired riff on the classic Sazerac cocktail

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Rum agricole fortifies sherry to produce a spirituous aperitivo or after dinner/late night sipper.

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Montego Bay

The name suggests Jamaica, but the recipe stipulates Martinique agricole rum.

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Jason's original recipe calls for 45ml (1½oz) rhum agricole and 30ml (1oz) peach aperitif and I suspect used 40% alc./vol. rhum so I have reformulated

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This is one boozy little devil, but tasty.

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Bitches Brew

This flavoursome flip-style drink comes served with a hint of Caribbean spice.

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Handle with extreme care.

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