Acquaint yourself with a very old, mostly forgotten class of cocktail. Tart but balanced.
During prohibition, Charles H. Baker travelled the world in search of exotic alcoholic beverages - Released in 1946, The Gentleman's Companion: The Exotic Drinking Book is the summation of Baker's drinking experiences abroad. By Baker's account, he was introduced to this cocktail by Facundo Barcardi himself.
The Daisy de Santiago is a more contemporary take on this traditional rum cocktail. Serving it straight up on egg white allows it to become lighter and more floral.
— 15ml Never.25 Apple Eau de Vie
— 20ml lemon juice
— 15ml yellow chartreuse
— 45ml white rum
Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake until cold. Strain into a chilled glass, then garnish.