1 oz Pimm's No. 1 Cup
14 oz Curaçao, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao
14 oz Maraschino Liqueur, Luxardo
14 oz Bourbon
14 oz Peychaud's Bitters
14 oz Lime juice (fat)
14 oz Lemon juice (Fat)
14 oz Ginger syrup (spicy)
14 oz Cinnamon syrup
2 oz Soda water
Batch as much as you can to preserve sanity, and build over ice in a Collins, garnishing lavishly with strawberries and seasonal fruit.
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I didn't have clear Curacao

I didn't have clear Curacao so I used my blue Curacao and the color is awesome. The liquid glows a greenish color that looks like a drink out of an H.P. Lovecraft book. Love the taste too. I'd genuinely suggest subbing the peychaud's bitters for absinthe (personal preference).

A complex if worthy variation

A complex if worthy variation on what is often a crappy soda pop-forward cocktail. I used Becherovka for cinnamon and King's for ginger, plus used tonic. It was good enough to make again for guests.

Have always wanted to make a

Have always wanted to make a whacky drink like this with a load of ingredients, even went through the trouble of making my own syrups... and I was NOT disappointed!
I'm just a bit unsure as to what "(fat)" refers to?? I just used the amounts of lemon/lime juice stated.