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Introducing the Spicy Lugger

Discover the Spicy Lugger made with Devon's first spiced rum, it's certain to ignite some drama into your summer drinking! Get the recipe below!

Ingredients:

Lugger Rum 50ml

Strawberry & Lime Syrup 20ml*

Angostura Bitters 2 dashes

West Country Cider 30ml

Sprig of Rosemary - Spiced Powder**

Method:

1. Fill up the cocktail mixer or directly into a rocks glass with all main ingredients and stir

2. Fill glass with crushed ice and stir 5-10 times to chill drink

3. Top up with more crushed ice and top up with cider rosemary and straw

4. Light a match and hover this over the cocktail, with your other hand take your pre-batched spiced powder & gently dust this on top of cocktail which will result with a fire pit effect

5. Serve and enjoy!

*Strawberry and Lime Syrup

In a bowl, muddle 50g of sugar, 10 strawberries, the skin of two limes, and the juice of one lime. Leave for 10 - 30 minutes in fridge and strain syrup through a sieve.

**Spice Mix Powder

Mix equal parts of icing sugar, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder.

To Find Out more about Lugger Rum, please click here here.  

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