"The Mangrove | Crafted Pour"

" It's funny how our tastes change over time. I can't drink most of the cocktails that I used to love, as I find them way too cloying now. Especially when it comes to tiki. The Saturn and Kahiko Punch are two examples. I find myself gravitating towards stirred, spirit forward drinks now. Being a tiki-file makes that tough sometimes. So I was on a mission to make an interesting stirred tiki tipple I recently picked up a couple liqueurs made by Bittermen's. I'm a huge fan of their bitters so I had to try their liqueurs too. The Citron Sauvage is quite interesting. Closer to an aperitif than a triple sec, the bitter grapefruit works nicely with the herbal notes of the Chartreuse with just a touch of salt from the Rum The Mangrove is often used to symbolize Martinique, The French Antilles and Creole culture. The Mangrove Tree has interconnecting roots, making it hard to trace back to a single origin, just like Creoles", "undefined", "The Mangrove ",

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The Mangrove By , May 8, 2009  It's funny how our tastes change over time. I can't drink most of the cocktails that I used to love, as I find them way too cloying now. Especially when it comes to tiki. The Saturn and Kahiko Punch are two examples. I find myself gravitating towards stirred, spirit forward drinks now. Being a tiki-file makes that tough sometimes. So I was on a mission to make an interesting stirred tiki tipple 

I recently picked up a couple liqueurs made by Bittermen's. I'm a huge fan of their bitters so I had to try their liqueurs too. The Citron Sauvage is quite interesting. Closer to an aperitif than a triple sec, the bitter grapefruit works nicely with the herbal notes of the Chartreuse with just a touch of salt from the Rum

The Mangrove is often used to symbolize Martinique, The French Antilles and Creole culture. The Mangrove Tree has interconnecting roots, making it hard to trace back to a single origin, just like Creoles It's funny how our tastes change over time. I can't drink most of the cocktails that I used to love, as I find them way too cloying now. Especially when it comes to tiki. The Saturn and Kahiko Punch are two examples. I find myself gravitating towards stirred, spirit forward drinks now. Being a tiki-file makes that tough sometimes. So I was on a mission to make an interesting stirred tiki tipple I recently picked up a couple liqueurs made by Bittermen's. I'm a huge fan of their bitters so I had to try their liqueurs too. The Citron Sauvage is quite interesting. Closer to an aperitif than a triple sec, the bitter grapefruit works nicely with the herbal notes of the Chartreuse with just a touch of salt from the Rum The Mangrove is often used to symbolize Martinique, The French Antilles and Creole culture. The Mangrove Tree has interconnecting roots, making it hard to trace back to a single origin, just like Creoles Ingredients: - Unaged Agricole Rum - Bittermen's Citron Sauvage Instructions: Stir everything with ice and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Express grapefruit peel over drink and garnish with a grapefruit twist *Donns Tincture recipe is courtesy of Bittermen's. I can't recommend it enough. http://bittermens.com/products/donns-tinc/ Tropical,Originals,Signatures,Spirit Forward,Modern,Tiki,Stirred