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Jungle Bird with Tropical Fruit

This classic tiki cocktail originated in the Aviary Bar in Kuala Lumpur and was named after the birds you could see through a glass panel while facing the stage. Many tiki drinks are so sugary, they’re a bit off-putting. But the Jungle Bird, with its bitter component, Campari, cuts the sweetness in this cocktail.

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Combine rum, pineapple juice, lime juice, simple syrup, and Campari in a pitcher; chill until ready to serve.

Divide Jungle Bird among four glasses filled with crushed ice; garnish with pineapple, lime, and cherries.

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