Green Swizzle

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Vaso Collins...
fl oz Bacardi Carta Blanca Superior White Rum (37.5%)
½ fl oz White overproof rum
¼ fl oz La Fée Parisienne Absinthe Superieure
1 fl oz John D. Taylor's Velvet Falernum Liqueur
fl oz De Kuyper Green Crème de Menthe Liqueur
½ fl oz Jugo de limón recién exprimido
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POUR ingredients into chilled glass and two-thirds fill with crushed ice. SWIZZLE with a swizzle stick (or churn with a barspoon). Add more crushed ice to fill and SWIZZLE some more. Serve with straws.


Crown with 3 dashes Angostura bitters over the drink’s ice cap, a lime wedge and mint sprig


Robustly flavoured ingredients brought together harmoniously in a tall, most refreshing swizzle. Worthy of its legendary status.


With gin, jenever or even whiskey in place of rum as a base spirit.

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The Green Swizzle was popular between 1890s and the 1930s during a period when the grand hotels of the Caribbean, such as the Queen’s Park Hotel in Trinidad, were in their prime. This drinks legendary status is partly due to its featuring in 'The Rummy Affair of Old Biffy' by P.G. Wodehouse. Bertie Wooster sings its praises after enjoying a few at the Panter's Bar of the West Indian stand at the 1924 British Empire Exposition at Wembley, London.

We bow to David Wondrich, who in his 2015 Updated and Revised Imbibe says, “It is impossible to give a definitive recipe for the Green Swizzle” and he goes on to explain that there are versions based on rum, whiskey, old tom gin and jenever. While the recipe has numerous variations, it is certain that this swizzle was originally made green by dashes of absinthe bitters, rather than the green crème de menthe used in some modern interpretations of the drink. That said we like the way the minty liqueur combines with the absinthe that we’ve used as a wormwood bitters substitute. As for the base spirit, given the Green Swizzle’s Caribbean heritage, white rum seems most appropriate (aged rum dirties the drink’s pale green hue).

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