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Bacardi Cocktail

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Description:
Pre-dinner IBA official cocktail. Grenadine version of the cocktail originated in the U.S.

Ingredients:
  • Grenadine
  • Lemon Juice
  • Lime juice
  • White Rum

Optional Ingredient:
  • Ice

Garnish:
    none

Preparation method:
  1. Fill shaker with ice cubes
  2. Add 45mL white rum, 20mL lemon or lime juice and 5mL grenadine
  3. Shake well and strain into chilled cocktail glass



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