I've got a review of hotel rooftop bar mad46 up on NewYorkology. (The above photo is of the "very fine Mai Tai" referenced in that story.)
And, to my great good fortune, Rhum Clément was sponsoring "Tiki Tuesday" there, as they will every Tuesday in August, and showcasing its very good agricole rums and the excellent Creole Shrubb orange liqueur. I also got to meet 4th-generation Clément scion (and Managing Director of Clément USA) Ben Jones. (He was easy to spot, as he was the only person there with an "I ♥ SHRUBB" button on his shirt.)
I only fairly recently picked up a bottle of the Creole Shrubb, and I enjoy it very much -- it's lusher than most triple secs, with a warm rich vanilla-spice note undergirding the orange. I like to sip it neat or on the rocks, but I've also been enjoying it in Sidecars and other cocktails where I'd normally use Cointreau. I think my next purchase is going to have to be a bottle of their aged VSOP rum; I don't know much about rum, but it'll be fun to learn.