Jack Tar

Jack Tar image

Serve in

Old-fashioned glass...
1 fl oz Navy rum (54.5% alc./vol.)
½ fl oz Bourbon whiskey
½ fl oz Rutte Dry Gin
¼ fl oz Freshly squeezed lime juice
¼ fl oz Freshly squeezed lemon juice
¼ fl oz Demerara sugar syrup (2 sugar to 1 water)
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How to make:

SHAKE all ingredients and strain into ice-filled glass.

Garnish:

Lime wedge

Comment:

Characterful rum leads with gin and whiskey playing supporting roles with hints of citrus.

About:

Jack is a generic name for all British sailors, derived from Jack Tar in the 18th and 19th centuries. Sailors in those years used high-grade tar in their clothing and hair for waterproofing. The term, "Jack-of-all-trades," described a sailor who could turn his hand to anything, is widely used today.

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