34 oz Cognac
34 oz Rye
34 oz Swedish Punsch
34 oz Lemon juice
34 oz Pineapple syrup
2 ds Bitters
Shake, strain, rocks or up.
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applejack's picture

I was looking for ideas on

I was looking for ideas on using up some pineapple syrup and came across this.  Love the name, loved the NES game.  Very tasty, perhaps a touch sweet for me (using James E. Pepper 1776 100 proof Rye, Chalfonte VSOP, and a pineapple syrup of 1:1 of fresh pressed pineapple juice and cane sugar).  Bitters weren't specified; I used DeGroff's Pimento Bitters as I felt that would be a good fit.  Have some Earl Grey tea infused cognac I'm going to try with this.