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From real fruit to the worst synthetic flavors what do you like and how do you drink it?


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Old 02-01-2008, 08:05 AM   #1
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Default Santa Teresa Rhum Orange

Those of you who have tasted this, is it nice?

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I've got a load of miniatures of this in the office and of their Selecto. I could be persuaded to mail them?
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Those of you who have tasted this, is it nice?

Santa Teresa Rhum Orange
It is one of my favorite flavored rums -- brilliant and bright orange flavor. I like it after dinner in a snifter. A small amount goes a long way. It's also my favorite to drizzle over a rum cake to finish it off.

This could also be a great ingredient in a cocktail calling for strong orange flavor.
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That is a very nice orange liqueur. In spite of the label which I believe says Orange Liqueur, it is bottled at 40% abv or 80 proof. I don't see a picture of the bottle on this site, so I'll have to fix that.

This orange flavored rum has won awards at each of the tastings I've done. You won't go wrong, if you can find it. It's also not as sweet as some of the others.
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This could also be a great ingredient in a cocktail calling for strong orange flavor.
I have no orange Curacao anymore..
Do you think it could be a good substitute for orange curacao in a Mai Tai?
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You'll have 50ml of it to try for yourself shortly. I put the package into the post office last night - sorry for the delay
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I have no orange Curacao anymore..
Do you think it could be a good substitute for orange curacao in a Mai Tai?
It would be a great substitute for orange curacao, but i would suggest pulling back a little with the sugar syrup (or rock candy syrup), as the S.T. Rhum Orange is fairly sweet and will over power the subtle tropical blend you need for a great Mai tai. While your at it try a A Daiquiri La Teresa. 40ml Santa Teresa 1796, 15ml Santa Teresa Rhum orange, The Juice of half a lime and a flame zest orange twist as a garnish. HMMMMM. Created by yours truly of course.
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Hmm..sounds like a very delicious little cocktail and i`ll try it sometimes but i unfortunately don`t have the Santa Teresa 1796.Thanks for the recipe!
By the way..have you seen the Rum recipe section at the left? Feel free to add both cocktail and rum food recipes there, its welcome!
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