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
Tsipouro and falernum shine in this long fruity cocktail with just enough Agricole to make this properly tropical in style.
A Caribbean-inspired riff on the classic Sazerac cocktail
Deliciously creamy pineapple and coconut enlivened by champagne with rum notes shining through.
Dry tangy and perhaps more sophisticated than a classic Cosmo.
Rhum agricole adds distinctive grassy notes to this delicate Cuban classic.
Grassy spirituous agricole rhum is mellowed by fruity pineapple, sweet herbal liqueur and vinous herbal vermouth.
Banana notes are subtle in this rum and cognac-laced sipper.
This dame is best enjoyed after dinner or as a late-night pick-me-up/put you down.
Although only one-part rhum agricole to two-parts pineapple rum, it's the agricole that dominates the delicious and spirituous sour.
Rum agricole fortifies sherry to produce a spirituous aperitivo or after dinner/late night sipper.
As the name suggests – this drink is punchy – traditionally made with 50% alc./vol. rhum agricole. And, even if you choose to add ice, then dilution
The Ti' Punch meets the Daiquiri.
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
This flavoursome flip-style drink comes served with a hint of Caribbean spice.
This is one boozy little devil, but tasty.
The name suggests Jamaica, but the recipe stipulates Martinique agricole rum.
Handle with extreme care.
Agricole character bursts out of this spiced Daiquiri.
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