4 oz Virgin Islands Rum, Cruzan (amber or dark)
1⁄4 oz Allspice Dram
1⁄4 oz Vanilla syrup
1⁄2 oz Cinnamon syrup
1 twst Orange peel (long, as garnish)
Instructions

Shake with crushed ice, pour into tiki glass, garnish

Cocktail summary
Posted by Dan on 9/28/2012
Created by
Donn Beach (Don the Beachcomber)
Year
1937
Is an
authentic recipe
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Comments
Dan commented on 9/28/2012:

I made this with Becherovka for cinnamon syrup and Licor 43 for vanilla syrup. I doubled the Becherovka to help the cinnamon come through. It was a nice tiki cocktail, although using St Elizabeth Alspice Dram, I felt the allspice dominated. I'd cut it by at least half.


This is a Don the Beachcomber original from ca. 1937, not a Jeff Berry drink as listed here. We do have Berry to thank for decoding the recipe, however.