3⁄4 oz Rhum Agricole (Blanc)
3⁄4 oz Jamaican rum (Funky like Smith & Cross)
1⁄2 oz Cardamaro
1⁄2 oz Swedish Punsch
1⁄2 oz Lime juice

Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail coupe.


I was in the mood for a Daiquiri and I had recently replaced my empty bottle of Cardamaro. I then paired the Cardamaro with Swedish Punsch after recalling how well they worked together in the Mortimer Stump, Deck Hand, and Hearing Trumpet. For the rums, I went with a split of grassy rhum agricole and funky Jamaican rum, and for a name, I dubbed this one the Captains' Mile after a historic stretch of homes in Cape Cod.

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FRY 2021
Posted by yarm on 11/01/2021
Created by
Frederic Yarm, Boston, MA
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(2 ratings)
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A bit too dry, maybe my punsch is too old and has lost some of its flavor but I only get the Smith and cross, a bit of cardamom and not much else. A S&C daiquiri beats this by 2 stars.