April 23, 2018
Beverages, Alcohol, Fruit,
Lemon, 5 Ingredients Or Less, Fall/Autumn, Winter, Water more
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"When my mom moved to a senior community and was purging her home, I snatched up her 1973 'The Barcardi Party Book'. In the book, this recipe was called Barcardi Fireside. I love the idea of this recipe, and while I haven't tried it yet, I drink a lot of hot tea in the winter or when I'm not feeling great. The first step (warming the mug) was not in the original recipe, but it is a must in my opinion whenever putting a hot drink or soup into a mug. This will be in my plans the next time I heat up the tea kettle. Cooking time includes the time to make the hot tea."
Warm your mug by running hot water over it until the mug is warm to the touch.
Add sugar to mug, then rum, very hot tea and cinnamon.
Stir well, then top with lemon slice.
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I'm not all that keen on tea or rum, but this is an exceptionally delicious combination. I fixed it as written, using Aneno rum, and as a nightcap. If the tea keeps me awake, I hope the rum knocks me out.
I took a while to finish it, so re-warmed it twice in the microwave. That worked just fine.
A lovely and warming drink to serve on a cold winters night beside the fire.
Tastes wonderful and just the thing to warm the cockles of your heart!