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richberry Arawak

Arawak were indigenous people of the West Indies where Caribbean rum and bitters mixed with a Spanish fortified wine. This cocktail is rich and has a little bit of funk when using the right Jamaican rum. With richberry, this sweet and smooth is a go-to after-dinner drinks. Who wants some dessert when you can have it from this. You'll have a sweeter dreams right after.


2 oz (60 ml) Jamaican rum

1 oz (30 ml) Pedro Ximénez sherry

Dash of Angostura bitters

Long lemon twist, for garnish


In a mixing glass, combine the rum, sherry and bitters with ice, stir and strain into a coupe glass. Express the oils from the twist by squeezing it in half on top of the drink and then slide it around the rim of your glass. Then, place the twist in the drink.

Mocktail (non-alcoholic): If you wish to have a delicious non-alcoholic version, please feel free to take the alcohol out and follow the same procedure.

Consume Miracle Berry: Just before digging in, chew 1 or more freeze-dried miracle berry (this can also be done during the preparation of ingredients). Ensure to remove pits to avoid a bitter taste.

Fact: The active ingredient miraculin from miracle berry will turn sour foods such as lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit, non-fat yoghurt and other citrus food to taste sweet without adding sugar. We recommend two halves or 2 servings for maximum effectiveness. Make sure to follow instructions from the back of the packaging.

Warning: Alcohols are for over 21 years of age and above. Drink responsibly, do not drink and drive.

Calorie savings:

1-tablespoon simple syrup - 64 Calories

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