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A Spontaneous Libation for your Consideration

Periodista

Posted by Dan. Created by Cuba.
1 1⁄2 oz Dark rum
1⁄2 oz Apricot liqueur
1⁄2 oz Lime juice
1 twst Lime peel
Instructions

Shake, strain, straight up, cocktail glass, garnish

History

Some recipes call for 1/4 each triple sec and apricot liqueur, plus some sugar. Some recommend 3/4 of each (without extra sugar)

Curator rating
4 stars
Average rating
3.5 stars
(11 ratings)

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Welcome to the new Kindred Cocktails

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Recent Discussion

  • Re Bitter End, 1 week ago Craig E commented:

    This is quite similar to Choke Your Mother, as well as to the Have Mercy! on the St. George site.

  • Re 1919, 1 week 2 days ago Zachary Pearson commented:

    Got it, thanks Fred. Zachary

  • Re Luchador, 1 week 2 days ago Zachary Pearson commented:

    Thanks. Updated the source citation. Zachary

  • Re Luchador, 1 week 3 days ago noksagt commented:

    His blog notes T. Cole Miller's Cocktail Dive Bar. This is one of Miller's originals:

    One of the earliest Twelve Mile Limit menu cocktails, I originally wanted to call this one the Matador, but apparently that’s one of several names that people apply to the dregs that you pour out of a bar mat at the end of the night and dare your barback to drink.
    Also, I don’t think I realized it until just now, but this drink definitely reads like a tequila riff on La Louisiane.

  • Re 1919, 1 week 3 days ago yarm commented:

    I now work at Drink, and it is made with 1 dash mole bitters and no garnish now as it was back in 2008. As per my blog and per the Drink bar bible. Everything else is a variation.