Master The Classics: Planter's Punch (1937 Don The Beachcomber)



Hey Guys time for another Planter’s Punch recipe! This version is the 1937 Don The Beachcomber recipe. I’m not going through the whole history of Planter’s Punch here is you’d like to refresh your memory (or see it for the first time) You can do that here:

Here’s links to all the gear I use in this video:
Barfly Copper Measuring Cup:
Vitamix Blender:
Japanese Bitters Dasher:
Angostura Bitters:
Luxardo Cherries:
Barfly “Fly” Stirring Spoon:
RCR Old Fashioned Glass:

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Here’s The Specs:

1oz (30ml) Gold Virgin Islands Rum
.5oz (15ml) Dark Jamaican Rum
.5oz (15ml) Gold Jamaican Rum
1 Barspoon (.5 tsp) Velvet Falernum
.5oz (15ml) Lime Juice
.5oz (15ml) Simple Syrup
1 Barspoon (.5 tsp) Grendaine
2 Dashes Angostura Bitters
Luxardo Cherry/Orange Wheel Garnish

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