"Letter of Marque | Crafted Pour"

"I was gifted this bottle of Legendario Elixir de Cuba a while ago and I was struggling to find a use for it outside of just taking shots. It's definitely more of a liqueur than a rum and I'm not the biggest fan of super sweet liqueurs on their own. It has some nice note or Honey and brown sugar, vanilla, a hint of bitter cocoa. There's a slight floralness with the honey note One day it hit me, it's like a Rum version of Drambuie. So I had to try it in a Rum Rusty Nail. I chose an aged Bajan rum for the main base. It has some nice rummy, brown sugar notes that go with the Elixir. I added a bit of Demerara Rum, which has a richer brown sugar note to give a bit more of a backbone Back in the days of sailing and competing Kingdoms, Letters of Marque were issued by governments, allowing private individuals to attack and capture naval vessels of nations at war with the issuer. A popular method of fighting wars without having to supply a Navy", "undefined", "Letter of Marque ",

"Ingredients"

Letter of Marque By , I was gifted this bottle of Legendario Elixir de Cuba a while ago and I was struggling to find a use for it outside of just taking shots. It's definitely more of a liqueur than a rum and I'm not the biggest fan of super sweet liqueurs on their own. It has some nice note or Honey and brown sugar, vanilla, a hint of bitter cocoa. There's a slight floralness with the honey note

One day it hit me, it's like a Rum version of Drambuie. So I had to try it in a Rum Rusty Nail. I chose an aged Bajan rum for the main base. It has some nice rummy, brown sugar notes that go with the Elixir. I added a bit of Demerara Rum, which has a richer brown sugar note to give a bit more of a backbone

Back in the days of sailing and competing Kingdoms, Letters of Marque were issued by governments, allowing private individuals to attack and capture naval vessels of nations at war with the issuer. A popular method of fighting wars without having to supply a Navy I was gifted this bottle of Legendario Elixir de Cuba a while ago and I was struggling to find a use for it outside of just taking shots. It's definitely more of a liqueur than a rum and I'm not the biggest fan of super sweet liqueurs on their own. It has some nice note or Honey and brown sugar, vanilla, a hint of bitter cocoa. There's a slight floralness with the honey note One day it hit me, it's like a Rum version of Drambuie. So I had to try it in a Rum Rusty Nail. I chose an aged Bajan rum for the main base. It has some nice rummy, brown sugar notes that go with the Elixir. I added a bit of Demerara Rum, which has a richer brown sugar note to give a bit more of a backbone Back in the days of sailing and competing Kingdoms, Letters of Marque were issued by governments, allowing private individuals to attack and capture naval vessels of nations at war with the issuer. A popular method of fighting wars without having to supply a Navy Ingredients: - Mount Gay XO Rum - El Dorado 12 Rum Instructions: Stir everything with ice and strain into a rocks glass over one large ice cube. Express orange peel over top and garnish with an orange twist Spirit Forward,Boozy,Easy to Make,Originals,Modern,Stirred,Tiki