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a whisky / rocks / old-fashioned glass
Best served in a whisky / rocks / old-fashioned glass

Bacon And Tomato Sandwich

Type: Short Drink

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 msr Dark RumSpirit distilled from fermented sugar cane. Dark rum originates from Jamaican and is full bodied and usually matured for around 5 years.
  • 2 msr LemonadeNon-alcoholic soda made from lemon juice, water and sugar. Can substitute diet or traditional-style lemonade if preferred.
  • 3/4 msr Pimm's No. 1Bitter but fruity gin-based spirit. Note: Pimms numbers 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are based on whiskey, brandy, rum, rye whiskey and vodka respectively - but are all hard to obtain.
  • 1/2 msr White RumSpirit distilled from fermented sugar cane. White rum is clear, dry and light bodied, originating in Puerto Rica and matured for around 1 year before bottling.


Method:

Three-quarters fill a rocks glass with broken ice.
Add the ingredients to the glass.

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