1 oz Rum
2 t Cynar
2 ds Ginger liqueur (homemade or King's Ginger)
2 ds Bourbon (Vanilla-infused)

Shake on ice, strain into snifter

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Created by
J., 'Bar, One, Too', Virginia
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  • didn't hit for me — ★★★
  • Rum- bitter
  • Good: I like these ones that have dashes of a lot of things. It's like reverse engineering a liqueur or something. — ★★★★
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This is a great cocktail, I love it. One thing that makes it easier to make (especially if you drink it frequently, like myself) is to premix the 5 ingredients that call for two dashes. I put an ounce each in a ~5 oz hot sauce bottle. Works great, and consistency is easier to achieve.