Martinique Hundred

French-influence variation of the Bermuda Hundred, which itself is a Gin variation on the classic Jungle Bird.
1 12 oz Gin, Uncle Val's Botanical
34 oz Suze
1 12 oz Pineapple juice
12 oz Lime juice
12 oz Orgeat
Instructions
Shake all ingredients vigorously over ice to build a nice aeration in the pineapple and lime juices. Pour over a single clear ice cube in a double old fashioned glass. Garnish with a cherry and pineapple fronds.
Notes
A bittersweet, refreshing original tiki variation.
History
I love the Jungle Bird more than almost any other cocktail. I stumbled upon the Bermuda Hundred (named after an area along the Virginia coast). The Jungle bird uses Rum and Campari, where the Bermuda uses Gin and Campari. I used Gin and Suze. I did try the "fourth corner" of this variation trail using Rum and Suze, and deemed it to be the least interesting of the four possible drinks.
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