1 1⁄2 oz Puerto Rican Rum (gold)
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
1⁄8 t Pastis, Pernod
3⁄4 c Crushed ice
1 spg Mint (garnish)
Instructions

Blend briefly, pour into ice-filled collins glass. Garnish

Notes

Feel free to garnish extravagantly with fruit and an umbrella. A very powerful drink that doesn't taste strong.

Cocktail summary
Zombie
2008, Creative Commons, Magnetic Rag, Wikipedia
Posted by Dan on 9/06/2010
Created by
Don the Beachcomber, Hollywood, CA, as reproduced by Jeff “Beachbum” Berry
Year
1930
Is of
unknown authenticity
Reference

Sippin' Safari, as quoted by Chow e-mail

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  • Should try this again with lower proof rum. Way too strong for me though. — ★★
  • Grand Daddy of the Tiki Drinks. Memorize this recipe. Don't add too much Cinnamon syrup or else you'll create a lazy Steve Crane Jet Pilot flavor....which is still an awesome flavor. — ★★★★★
  • Powerful, all right, but tasty — ★★★★★
  • One of the all-time Tiki classics, but recipe serves two in terms of alcohol. — ★★★★
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Comments

I tried this with Smith & Cross for the Jamaican rum. Bad idea. The sour/leather taste of that rum pushes everything else aside, even bullies like the Lemon Hart, and the high proof makes a strong cocktail downright deadly. Delicious and dangerous with a mellower Jamaican rum, though.