Build in a double Old Fashioned glass, add ice, stir, and garnish with a lime wheel inserted along the inside of the glass.
The drink started by noting how well agricole and Cynar pair, and then adding in honey to complement the Cynar. The lime juice is meant to cut the sweetness but keep things silky smooth in this stirred drink. For a name, I aimed to tie the drink back to the island of Martinique's history. When the island was settled by Europeans, the last remaining tribe there was the Caribs. One of the landmarks on the northern side of the island is a cliff called the Tomb of the Caribs. There, the last Caribs jumped instead of surrendering to the Europeans; it symbolically matched classic ‘Ti Punch service where ingredients are provided such that "each can prepare their own death."