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STIR all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.
Orange zest twist
Stir or shake (as originally stipulated in The Savoy Cocktail Book) this cocktail it’s still boozy. However, it’s also wonderfully aromatic with all three ingredients combining harmoniously.
Adapted from a 1930 recipe published in The Savoy Cocktail Book where this drink is shaken rather than stirred.
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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into julep cup filled with crushed ice.
Black Rum Swizzle
POUR all ingredients into a glass half filled with crushed ice. SWIZZLE and then fill the glass with more crushed ice.
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