Lono is the tiki god of agriculture, rainfall, music and peace. This cocktail captures the essense of being a drink that is made from everything that is grown and consumed from the land.
Maka Zai White Rum – 45ml
Falernum liquor – 15ml (Generally speaking, it’s a sweetened lime and spice concoction that was (probably) created in Barbados somewhere between 1826 and 1930. You’ll see both syrups and liqueurs referred to as falernum, but the key ingredients are always lime zest, cloves, and sugar—usually combined with ginger and almonds or almond extract.)
Fresh Lime Juice – 15ml
Kaffir lime syrup – 10ml
Kaffir lime – 3no.
Herbostura bitters- 3 Dash
Garnish- Kaffir lime, edible flowers and star Anise
In a shaker tin, add all the ingredients, stir it well and then add ice and shake it well.
Strain and pour the shaken mix in a chilled old fashioned glass.
Fill up the mug with crushed ice and garnish it with fresh kaffir lime leaves, edible flower, and a star anise.