(dark rum, orgeat, black tea, lime juice, creme de menthe)
How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a Forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence Impoverished, in squalor Drink up to be a hero and a scholar?
The ounce-and-half rum is a starter but just a starter Gotta go farther, make the drink a bit harder Half ounce creme de menthe and a font of black tea– Two ounces is enough, or should be
Move onto the orgeat, quarter ounce should do it Then a quarter ounce of lime juice has gone in before you knew it Agitate the mixture in a shaker, shake on through it And my friend, that is how you brew. Whatcha brewin’?
Alexander Hamilton The drink’s for Alexander Hamilton And it will get you wasted, son Just you wait It’s called a ‘Just You Wait’
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[OOC note: Much like Alexander Hamilton himself, this drink needs a lot of chill in order for the flavors to marry properly. Definitely chill both the glass you’re pouring the mixture into and also the mixture itself with ice, and it’s best if you let it sit for a few minutes before drinking as well.]