Art in the Age’s Root and Snap liqueurs created quite the buzz. Now, the collective is causing another stir with its much-anticipated spirit Rhuby, made of rhubarb, pink peppercorn, petitgrain, and other organic ingredients, based on a Revolutionary era recipe.According to legend, Benjamin Franklin and botanist John Bartram tinkered with brewing rhubarb tea back in 1771. The boozy variation is now on shelves, just in time for a late-summer libation created by modern-day mixologist Warren Bobrow.The Last Pirate ShipServes oneIngredients2 oz. Rhuby 1 oz. fresh lime juice4-5 strawberriesFleur de sel1 sprig of thyme1. Combine ice, Rhuby, and lime juice in a cocktail shaker.2. Toast strawberries in a cast iron pan.3. Muddle strawberries and add to cocktail shaker.4. Shake and strain into a rocks glass, sprinkle with fleur de sel, and garnish with a thyme sprig.Available at most Fine Wine & Good Spirits shops; online at finewineandgoodspirits.com. For more information on Rhuby, go to artintheage.com. Photo: Courtesy of Art in the Age of Mechanical ReproductionStill thirsty? We’ve mixed more than 40 cocktails to wet your whistle.