2 oz Rhum Agricole (blanc)
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
1⁄4 oz Cucumber juice (or 2-3 slices cucumber, muddled)

With slices: muddle with salt to draw out juice, rest, shake, double strain, up, garnish with cucumber slice. With juice: shake, strain, up, garnish.


Named for "Madinina," an old name for Martinique, meaning "Isle of Flowers."


Happy National Rum Day.

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Created by
Rafa García Febles, NYC.
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  • Juiced with the skin on this was just beautiful green in the glass. Otherwise simple but solid. — ★★★★
  • Like a more interesting daiquiri (but the bit of salt from the muddling also brought a margarita to mind). Nice use of agricole. — ★★★★★
  • Accessible and refreshing. Cuke is complemented by melony/pear flavors from the St. Germain and bright tropical fruit. — ★★★★★
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Made w/ Smith & Cross (not sure if that's an appropriate sub), and a cucumber simple syrup. Had to boost the lime, but a great drink

Glad you liked it! Smith & Cross doesn't taste like a white agricole, but it checks off the important agricole boxes of strong, earthy, and funky, so I can see why it worked here.