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  • RecipeNewZ

    I found this post though Pinterest. The photo was so beautiful that I just had to come here to read the recipe! Love it! And love your site :-).

    June 11, 2012
  • Oh aaaaaall the rum you could have suggested, Sailor Jerry’s is the 1 kind we always have, it’s Jon’s favorite! And he’s a total honey freak! Can’t wait to make this for him!

    June 06, 2012
    • I think he’s really going to like this then. I’m pretty sure you will too. ;) I fell in love with it as soon as I smelled it.

      June 06, 2012
  • Great advice! Santa Claus is Back in Town? Something cinnamon-y- and mocha is the first thing that will scome to mind. Anyhow, this looks like something worthy trying. Thanks!

    June 04, 2012
  • This sounds great! There is only one little problem – I really dislike Sailor Jerry.
    Funny enough, it is quite connected to your advise… at least partially.

    I always disliked the Spiced Captain – but when I have heard [and seen online] the “new” Sailor Jerry, and when I read about it, my expectations were sky high. When I tried it, I was so disappointed, that the Sailor doesn’t make it in any of my portfolios of spirits in any bar.
    But even funnier – making your own spiced rum is so easy! You need: Allspice but also vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, some lime and orange zest, mace, a but nutmeg, star anise, black pepper; optional long pepper and grain of paradise, tonka bean [and every other brown spice, you have on hand]. Put it into the rum and let it infuse for one day – take out the tonka bean [it is powerful stuff] and let it infuse for another day – take out the cloves and let it infuse for another day – then you take out the cinnamon and let the rest infuse for a couple of more days [depends on your taste] – after it taste “spicy” take out the rest, but the vanilla [vanilla gives the smoothness, and you could apparently leave it in the mix until you are using it - even until the bottle is finished].

    It is really easy – and you don’t have to do all the fishing – you just have to be carefully about the most powerful spices…

    June 03, 2012
  • Rum and allspice sounds Jamaican. I love rum cocktails and will try this asap.

    June 03, 2012
    • It does have a Jamaican vibe about it.

      June 03, 2012
  • I like this one. Simple and complex at the same time. Love your drink suggestions btw.

    June 02, 2012
    • Thanks Alex.

      June 03, 2012
  • The revised Bees Knees is definitely the bees knees. Sounds delicious!

    June 02, 2012

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