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Cherry Garden

Cherry Garden

Ingredients

Directions

First Muddle cherries, sorrel chutney and sugar in mixing glass to extract the flavors from the fruit.

Add White Oak Coconut rum and ice to mixing tin and shake for 8 – 10 secs vigorously to infuse flavors with alcohol.

Strain into highball glass and garnish with a mint sprig. Enjoy!

Cocktail Recipe by: Miguel Jateh

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