The "Oh My Darling" cocktail recipe

Try this easy cocktail, and you'll find yourself singing along in no time.

Though this drink is thankfully far fresher than the iconic ballad about a tragic miner's daughter named Clementine,

which has been amusing audiences since the late 1800s.

Fresh clementine juice is slightly sweeter and considerably more fragrant than store-bought orange juice,

 but it does need a little work to create. The little work is totally worth it. (A simple citrus squeezer will work just fine.)

When fresh clementines are in season, serve this and take a slow drink. Its captivating song will quickly have you singing along.

Ingredients 1 1/2 oz. white rum 1 oz. fresh clementine juice, plus peel for garnish 1/2 oz. orange curaçao

2 dashes orange bitters 2 oz. club soda Maraschino cherry, for garnish

SAVE RECIPE In a tall glass, stir together rum, curaçao, clementine juice, bitters, and ice. Add club soda on top, then decorate with a cherry and a peel.

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