"Banana Daiquiri | Crafted Pour"

"I certainly did not invent the banana daiquiri, but I do love them! For this version, I split the base with Van Oosten Batava Arrack, which is one of the oldest spirits on the planet. The precursor to rum, if you will. Made with sugar cane and red rice, it has a funky, unique flavor. I wanted to pair the base with the dark aged Hamilton to give a unique flavor profile that works with the banana du bresil liqueur.", "This drink splits the base with Van Oosten Batava Arrack, which is one of the oldest spirits on the planet. The precursor to rum, if you will. Made with sugar cane and red rice, it has a funky, unique flavor. I wanted to pair the base with the dark aged Hamilton to give a unique flavor profile that works with the banana du bresil liqueur.", "Banana Daiquiri",

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Banana Daiquiri By , May 8, 2009 I certainly did not invent the banana daiquiri, but I do love them! For this version, I split the base with Van Oosten Batava Arrack, which is one of the oldest spirits on the planet. The precursor to rum, if you will. Made with sugar cane and red rice, it has a funky, unique flavor. I wanted to pair the base with the dark aged Hamilton to give a unique flavor profile that works with the banana du bresil liqueur. I certainly did not invent the banana daiquiri, but I do love them! For this version, I split the base with Van Oosten Batava Arrack, which is one of the oldest spirits on the planet. The precursor to rum, if you will. Made with sugar cane and red rice, it has a funky, unique flavor. I wanted to pair the base with the dark aged Hamilton to give a unique flavor profile that works with the banana du bresil liqueur. Ingredients: - Oosten Batavia Arrack - Hamilton 86 Rum Instructions: Shake all ingredients with ice. Double strain into coupe. To brûlée the banana slice, sprinkle cane sugar granules on banana slice and burn sugar with small torch. Rum,Hamilton 86 Rum,Van Oosten Batavia Arrack,Giffard Banane du Bresil,Sours,Refreshing,Tropical,Signatures,All Recipes