Corn N' Oil
Corn N' Oil Type Cocktail Served On the rocks; poured over ice Standard garnish
lime wedge or two
Standard drinkware Highball glass Commonly used ingredients Preparation Pour the rum and falernum into a glass over ice and stir well. Squeeze in the lime wedge(s) and drop it in.
A Corn N' Oil is an alcoholic highball style cocktail most noted for its use of the very dark and oil-like blackstrap rum. While the origins of its name are largely unknown, it is making a resurgence in modern cocktail culture.
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- ^ "Bio-Fuel Cocktails: The Corn N' Oil". http://drinkdogma.com/bio-fuel-cocktails-the-corn-n-oil/. Retrieved 2008-11-18.
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