A cocktail fit for a president that it’s believed that was created in Cuba during the prohibition years, when public drinking was prohibited by law in the USA but not in the Caribbean.
There are several stories about its real origins, but the true is that its high popularity came right after the prohibition had ended, spreading through bars in Florida before becoming a staple cocktail in the rest of America.
Let your palate discover this potent mix of rum, grenadine, curaçao and dry vermouth.
45 ml Diplomático Reserva
15 ml Vermouth Rosso
10 ml Orange Curaçao
1 small dash Grenadine
Stir ingredients with cracked ice, and then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Garnish with a twist of orange zest twist.