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My husband and I are not huge drinkers although since being in Jamaica we enjoy it alittle more now. One of the things we fell in love with is Rum cream. We make Pina Coladas and or and mixture of Pina Coloda and Strawberry Daquari like we had at SGOR. Well we were searching for somewhere to buy more and found this recipe instead. It is really great and thought I would share! It taste so much like it that you cannot tell the difference!


* 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.





Combine all ingredients in a blender and whirl at high speed for a few

minutes until blended and smooth.

Serve over ice immediately or store in tightly covered container in refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Stir before serving...Yum! :)

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Oh, thanks for sharing the recipe. I too love Rum Cream, especially banana. I stock up everytime we go to Jamaica & will be getting some more in June.

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I got totally hooked on Rum Cream during our visit to RMB in January and cannot wait until the wedding to have it again and to bring more home. I have totally bookmarked this page. Thanks for the recipe!

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Originally Posted by Racine.Ryan View Post
Thanks for the recipe. This might be a fun packing treat to entice my fiancee to help. :)
Great idea..lol Tell him it is a preview of what is to come...
I wish I had packing to do! I think at this point last year I had made and remade packing lists 20 times already..lol Are you getting super excited? Have you been to Jamaica before?

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Check your liquor stores at home. You should be able to buy the sangster's rum cream there. I've seen it in almost every liquor store I've been in since. (I discover this AFTER lugging homes everal bottles!)

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