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Need a rum cream recipe

by Terry
(Chicago,)

QUESTION:

I went to Jamaica recently and stayed at Breezes Runaway Bay.
I had this fantastic rum cream drink whilst I was there.

When I got back I bought some rum cream online. I got the rum cream but try as I might I cannot duplicate the taste of what I got at the hotel.

Do you have any good rum cream recipes?

It had a strong banana flavor and possibly coffee.

I bought the Worlds End Banana Rum Cream and the coffee one and tried mixing them but this doesn't taste the same.

Please help.






ANSWER: Feb-28-2009 by Wellesley Gayle

Hi Terry,

Personally, I don't know that recipe.

In fact, based on your description, it might just be a special from the bartender or of the hotel. Maybe you might want to give the hotel a call back. Ask for F&B department then take it from there.


I noticed they have an international contact number as 1-877-467-8737, however the local contact number here is 1-876 973-6099 (Breezes Runnaway Bay). Try that.

That said, I found an interesting recipe at grouprecipes.com that you might find useful. Here is it.

Stay in touch Terry.

Related Pages:

Shipping Rum From Jamaica

Sangster's Jamaican Rum Cream

Expiration of Rum Cream.



Rum Cream Drink


Ingredients



  • 1 can (14oz) sweetened condensed milk.
  • 1 cup Dark Rum.
  • 1 Cup Heavy Cream (or Half & Half)
  • 2 Tbsp Chocolate Syrup.
  • 4 Tsp instant coffee (or Fresh Brewed)
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon.
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract.
  • ¼ tsp coconut extract.


Directions



  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and
  2. whirl at high speed for a few minutes until blended and smooth.
  3. Serve over ice immediately or store in tightly covered container in refrigerator for up to two weeks.
  4. Stir before serving...Yum! :)




Source: http://www.grouprecipes.com

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