2 oz Rhum Agricole (Black Sheriff)
1⁄2 oz Lime juice
1⁄3 oz Yuzu juice
1⁄3 oz Cane syrup (Rich syrup 2:1)

Shake long with lot of ice, strain, crazy chilled coupe.

Must be black sheriff and cane sugar.

Fat 1/3 syrup, nearly 1/2 oz.
Tried 1/3 and it did not worked, then added a couple of dashes more, boom, tropical


Heavy tropical notes, fabulous... Passion fruit, pineapple
Without any kind of real modifier.

I really think this is an alchemy between this rum, yuzu and proper amount of cane sugar.

Cane sugar syrup: 2 parts powdered sugar cane + 1 part hot water.


I lived in the same block of the bar for 5 years. No comment...

We moved not far from the previous point, came back to the bar, and all the staff we knew was no longer in service !
The barman asked for what i needed tonight. I ordered a Daiquiri kind but not girly.
I took a sip, and wow, i asked for the ingredients.
When he told me he just add yuzu juice i did not believe him!

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I cleaned up the History a little bit for clarity. HSE (Habitation Ste. Etienne) makes the rum which can be found in limited amounts in NYC evidently. Thanks,  Zachary