Top Rated Rum Recipes

Rum Fix Cocktail Recipe
Created by Five Leaves' barman Fidel Garcia-Reichmann, this new spring cocktail straddles the apéritif-digéstif line. The bitterness of the Campari hits you first, followed by a mellow, lingering sweetness from the aged rum and crème de cacao. It's the Swiss Army knife of cocktails.
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Rum Old Fashioned
The Rum Old Fashioned is a rum cocktail concocted by head bartender Deysi Alverez of Mo-chica, chef Ricardo Zarate's Peruvian cantina located in downtown Los Angeles. Orange sugar, zest bitters, and rum are the only three ingredients in the strong fruity beverage.  
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Why exactly is this rum and Coke so much better than the ones you made in college? For starters, it's a jalepeño-infused rum. And it's topped with a Mexican Coke. Made at Hotel Vermont's hotel bar and lounge Juniper, this is one spin on the rum and Coke we'll want always. 
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After some careful experimentation, the proportions in this cocktail were deemed perfect: not too sweet, but fruity and light.  
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Boston Rum Punch
Until Prohibition, Boston produced thousands of gallons of rum, which mainly ended up in rum punch. Consisting of rum which was made with Caribbean molasses, as was traditional in Boston in 1700, Boston Rum Punch was popular at places like the Green Dragon Tavern, which happens to be where the Boston Tea Party was planned. This easy punch is served with cracked ice in a pint glass.
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Try a different take on the traditionally cognac-made drink, the Sazerac, with rum. 
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It's never too late in the season to enjoy some rum — especially while at the Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival. Check out the Bajan Rum Punch recipe, made with Mount Gay Eclipse Rum. 
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A lot of people shy away from homemade tatins because of the caramel factor. This recipe takes an easy approach by whisking a small portion of sugar into the butter used to sauté the pumpkin, rather than making an entire pot of sticky, messy caramel. If you’re afraid to flambé, leave the rum part out, because the only way to really burn off the alcohol is to ignite some flames. 
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We love a good hot buttered rum, and we love it that much more when it's combined with our favorite fall ingredient. 
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While Los Angeles is in its cold spell, the Tasting Kitchen has created its version of the perfect winter cocktail: the hot buttered rum. This wintry cocktail at The Tasting Kitchen is exactly what it sounds like: dark rum, housemade butter batter, apple butter, fresh-pressed ginger, allspice dram, hot water, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and dark brown sugar as a sweetener.
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Panela and Rum-Cured Salmon
This delicious recipe for cured salmon comes from De Rodriguez Restaurant in South Beach, Miami. If you cannot find panela, just substitute dark brown sugar and molasses. The curing step takes at least 24 hours, so plan to start this recipe the day before you grill.
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Today we celebrate cocoa powder of all varieties. Cocoa comes from the bean of the cacao tree. The trees grow in many parts of the world, but the earliest known cultivation of cocoa was in the Amazon, where archaeologists have found evidence of its use dating back to 1900 BC. More famously, the Mayans were known to have used the cocoa bean as food, and currency in fertility rites, while the Aztecs ground it into a bitter drink. Both cultures believed cocoa to be linked to the gods, but it wasn’t until the 1700s that the taxonomer Linnaeus aptly named the source of cocoa beans Theabroma Cacao, meaning "gift of the gods." Less sweet than some, these crinkle cookies are absolutely loaded with cocoa and just a hint of rum flavor. Because the cookies are made with baking powder, I make these with Dutch-processed cocoa and get fat, fudgy cookies every time.
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