Siren of the Tropics

1 12 oz Jamaican rum, Appleton
34 oz Port
34 oz Lime juice
14 oz Crème de Cacao
14 oz Crème de Banane
2 ds Bitters, Dr Adam Elmegirab's Orinoco Bitters (2-3)
1 pn Nutmeg (As garnish)
Shake, strain, up, garnish.
Named for the late, great Josephine Baker.
From other users
  • Angostura-colored, complex and wintry and accessible, with dark, layered flavors. Nutmeg essential. Consider a rum blend. — ☆☆☆☆☆
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1 Comment

3/5. Personally would not use

3/5. Personally would not use a Jamaican rum, or would split Jamaican with a no hogo rum. To me, Jamaican rum sours all end up tasting mostly of citrus and the rum - tasty, but after getting out all these other ingredients, a bit disappointing.