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Rumchata cream rum

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I use a bottle of this to keep the wife out of my rum collection. It works.


It's good for what it is. I use Rumchata and blue chair bay cream and all irish creams for one thing ,that is for Hot Chocolate!!!


This rum actually has a nice taste to it. Cinnamon, very sweet vanilla, and lots of creaminess. Color is white. I would probably like this a lot more if it had more alcohol; sadly it's only 13.75%abv. It just doesn't feel like a rum at that low an alcohol level. Definitely OK, but not great.


RumChata is a unique entry of cream rums. Its good but with all these special types of rums its hard to rate them because this is a one of a kind type of thing. From the bottle it smells like cinnamon and nothing else pouring it into a glass comes out like eggnog so its on the thicker side. Drinking the shot by itself is strange, it is a very nice amount of cinnamon, cream base and sugar and that's really about it. It's thick but nothing offensive. I wouldn't drink this straight, it is just way too much sugar to take in at once. I mixed it with diet coke and it tastes exactly like an apple fritter desert. It's good but not a rum.


I am giving this a very high rating in relation to other cream liqueurs, such as Bailey's, compared to which I find it much more distinctive and interesting.


Sweet and creamy with a cinnamon flavor. This would be good in coffee or some mixed drinks but I wouldn't really call it rum.


Best enjoyed as a coffee creamer when on vacation or on a day off.


Its what it says it is... the first taste is creamy..then sweet with spices... Great on ice or I like it with Flor de caña 12 or with Kraken.. pretty much goes with everything... will always keep a bottle around.


Rum and horchata do other mix. At least not in this bottle. I was not pleased one bit.


Can't really compare this to rums because its not a rum, but it does make a awesome coffee creamer.


I don't drink cream but i can drink atleast one drink with rumchata. Very creamy , barely taste the alcohol. If i had to use some cream in my coffee or desert this would be the one for sure.


This stuff is ok, especially for those cold-weather sugary drinks. But let's be honest, this is not really rum.


Can drink it straight. Reminds me of liquid gingerbread. Sweet and yummy. Do not mix with other things though or you're asking for a stomach ache.


This made for an interesting dessert drink. Drink with caution, the sugar and cream do not mix well with other drinks you might have had during the day. It's not something I'd drink all the time but a couple times a year after a BBQ will do just fine. I feel like there's better rum cream drinks.


I have only had this straight with lots of ice and finished my first bottle in a single night of slow and steady sipping. Unfortunately I cannot buy it where I live but looking forward to trying it a few different ways, including 50/50 with an espresso shot, on ice with extra rum added for a kick, in an affogato (espresso & ice cream) dessert, and in a Root Beer Float (apparently A&W ginger beer works - see FAQ on the Rumchata website).


Just by way of a change, this is a top tipple. This is a winner even with those who don't like traditional runs. Highly recommend


Technically not a rum as only 15% but a lovely liquor that reminds me of Christmas.... It's like a spiced latte in a shot which is delicious on ice as well


J'ai connu l'Agua de Horchata au Mexique et ce doux mélange avec du rhum se prête bien pour une dégustation en couple.

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Mix with Hot Chocolate, first tried in 2015. The Zaya Gran Reserva has rum synergy with Hot Buttered rum while we are on the subject of sweety drinks.


Loved this from the get go. Better alternative to Bailey's and up there with 1921's tequila cream i also prefer. Love the cinnamon taste.


This is a great mixer for tiki drinks and honestly, straight up. I prefer it straight vs ice if drinking it straight up.


lets not try and compare this as a rum standalone, its not a fair comparison... but as a cream liqueur.. its a nice rum background cinnamon drink... over ice or laced with a nice dark gosling or kraken... a warming light cocktail.


It has the word "rum" in it, but it's mostly cream, chemicals and a TON of sugar with a splash of bulk rum. The alcohol content is low and the flavor is really bad, like my shampoo. Only sweetened. Gak.


It's a sweet creamy mixer. I like to use it in coffee of hot chocolate. But you can obviously just drink it straight.





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