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Old 02-22-2008, 08:42 AM   #1
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Default Rum and Ginger tea?

Have any of you mixed rum with home made Ginger tea? I`m just wondering as I this week have got a h-ll of a cold..and it seems to not want to leave..at least not yet..so tonight i need something STRONG!
Luckily iґm alone in the office this week..
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Old 03-07-2008, 11:14 AM   #2
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it sounds good to me, but i haven't tried it. I have had rum with various dark teas like earl grey or english breakfast, and its not bad at all.
I have also tossed a dram into red zinger, but its better with straight hibiscus and ginger than the fruity store blend.

hope you are over your cold.

and i'm curious, if you tried it, how was it?
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Oh yes, the cold is over...it was just a extremely tiring working week. Where i work everyone work when they have colds unless you have loads of fever of course..it cost too much to stay home.
I usually drink copious amounts of ginger tea when ì have colds. I slice a large piece of ginger in the evening and boil for 5 minutes and then leave under cover overnight. Then i use that water for tea or if i`m too lazy i drink it straight. And this time i added some rum. Tastes ok. If it helps? have no idea..
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