Once a rarity in American bars, rhum agricole can now be found on cocktail menus across the country. Here some ways to begin mixing with the distinctively funky spirit from the French Caribbean.
Broken Corazon Club
A float of Fernet tempers the bright flavors of this tropical highball.
Pineapple liqueur lends a tropical vibe to this rhum cocktail.
Hearts & Minds
A delicious study in flavor contrasts, with prickly pear, sparkling wine, rhum and amaro.
Isle of Golden Dreams
This rhum-based Negroni is bright, bitter and ever-so-slightly grassy.
Cucumber and ginger beer meet up with falernum and rhum.
If you like Piña Coladas, try this twist from Pouring Ribbons.
An earthy take on the classic.
Three Dots and a Dash
The Smuggler’s Cove adaptation of this tiki favorite stays true to the flavors of Don the Beachcomber’s classic recipe.
The national drink of Martinique.
A super-smooth combo of rhum agricole, coconut, cilantro and Thai chile.
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