Created on the beach at Raisinier au Môle Saint Nicolas, the Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset is perfect when contemplating the sunsets on a lounger by the beach. The colors of Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset are inspired by the Haitian flag, the Bolivarian’s, the sea and sky wink to Venezuela.

Mole Saint Nicolas Sunset

Ingredients:

1/2 cup orange juice
4 tablespoons Rhum Barbancourt
2 teaspoons grenadine
1 tablespoon Orange Curaçao Marie Brizard
1 slice of lime
1/2 cup of raw sugar
1 flower grenadia (passion fruit) or 1 slice of lemon
Ice

Instructions:

Soak the rim of a glass in a cup of orange Curaçao then a cup of raw sugar and pour
in the orange juice. Gently pour, on the back of a spoon to avoid mixing, the Curaçao,
the grenadine and then the rum. Place the slice of lime in the center of the cocktail,
add the ice then garnish with the passionflower in season or the slice of lemon.

To achieve the effect of layered colors of the Mole sunset red / blue / yellow / lemon / amber which blends gently, leave the cocktail. It should be drunk with a straw without mixing the colors: with one suction while the straw inserts the rum followed by the grenadine, the colors succeed in the straw and different ingredients form an enjoyable fusion in the mouth.

--> This recipe was suggested by Boukan Guinguette

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