If this drink wasn’t so damn tasty, we’d resent it for causing us to have to re-calculate how drink names are displayed in our app – at 25 characters, it’s probably one of the longest single-word drink names in existence!
But it is delicious, and easy to make. It’ll take just about any rum you give it, but creator Marco Dionysus of Smuggler’s Cove recommends a blended aged rum.
- 2 parts Aged rum or Dark rum or Demerara rum or Light rum or Spiced rum
- ¾ part Lemon juice
- ¾ part Pineapple juice
- ½ part Orgeat
- 2 dashes Creole bitters or Aromatic bitters or Tiki bitters
Shake with crushed ice, and pour unstrained into a large glass. Garnish to your heart’s content; cherries, lemon wheels, edible flowers, tiny parasols, whatever.
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- Smuggler’s Cove: Exotic Cocktails, Rum, and the Cult of Tiki by Martin Cate, where the Lauwiliwilinukunuku’oi’oi recipe first appeared in print.
- @cocktailgeek is the drink’s inventor, Marco Dionysos.