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Shouldn’t be so surprised that this drink straight up SLAPS! This is actually one of my favorite cocktails to date. Especially since this is a @deathandcompany favorite.

Phil Ward’s Sea B3 seems to be a riff on the Monkey Glad (Gin-based) or the Glandula del Mono (Tequila-based), but sans the absinthe. The history of this cocktail is written in their 2008 book of craft contemporary cocktails, stemmed from a tough experience with their community board — “This is one of several cocktails inspired by the worst days of our battles with our community board, aka CB3.” – Phil Ward

This drink is DANGEROUS, and in a good way! The rum gives this some funk, if you like that sort of thing, this is an overall fun, drinkable and citrusy cocktail.

Here’s what you need to make your Sea B3

  • 2 oz Dark Rum (@goslingsrum Black Seal is wise)
  • 1/2 oz Orange Juice
  • 1/2 oz Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 oz Grenadine

Now here’s how to make it…

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and shake with ice. Strain into your favorite drinking glass — there is no garnish with this cocktail but, of course, I wanted take advantage of my dehydrated oranges.

Be sure to tag @drunknightin on Instagram or @antonelliedlc on Tiktok and Pinterest so I can see your creation when you make this delicious drink!

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