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"One late night at home I began walking through the basics of balancing a sour with my friend David. I was demonstrating how to experiment with drinks by knowing the basics. Starting with a Daiquiri and a 2:1:1 spec, I said now let’s make a ‘dirty’ Daiquiri. If we brought in the Amaro to give it that darker flavor, we needed to make room in the recipe for the sweetness it would bring. The ending result was luxurious and refreshing. What better name for a dark and dirty Daiquiri than that!", "Bilge Pump", "Bilge Pump",

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Bilge Pump By , May 8, 2009 One late night at home I began walking through the basics of balancing a sour with my friend David. I was demonstrating how to experiment with drinks by knowing the basics. Starting with a Daiquiri and a 2:1:1 spec, I said now let’s make a ‘dirty’ Daiquiri. If we brought in the Amaro to give it that darker flavor, we needed to make room in the recipe for the sweetness it would bring. The ending result was luxurious and refreshing. What better name for a dark and dirty Daiquiri than that! One late night at home I began walking through the basics of balancing a sour with my friend David. I was demonstrating how to experiment with drinks by knowing the basics. Starting with a Daiquiri and a 2:1:1 spec, I said now let’s make a ‘dirty’ Daiquiri. If we brought in the Amaro to give it that darker flavor, we needed to make room in the recipe for the sweetness it would bring. The ending result was luxurious and refreshing. What better name for a dark and dirty Daiquiri than that! Ingredients: - Smith & Cross Navy Strength Rum - El Dorado 8 Year Demarara Rum Instructions: Shake and double strain into a coupe glass, garnish with a orange peel Originals,Sours,Rum,Amaro,Tropical,Refreshing,Signatures,All Recipes