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Rum is a the alcohol made from sugar cane in parts of the Caribbean. Have you ever drunk rum and what is your favorite?

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Yes I have, but rum is an ingredient for me and not a beverage in itself.
Yes, I concur . . and I don't drink Coke so the two together don't really thrill me :(( A good rum ball is heaven ^_^
by Rice
It's also the rum made from sugar cane in Bundaberg, Qld! And it is WONDERFUL!!!! I have always been a bundy rum drinker...I like it with coke and a slice of lime or lemon or it's okay with ginger beer. I keep joking to my partner that I'm gonna buy us a sugar cane farm so I can make my own rum.
Once I had a tiny wee bit.

It's not for me...That's all I can say.
Plus I do not drink anymore now.
I've had it in cocktails and in food food, but not drunk it by itself.
Yes - Bundy rum has always been my brother's drink of choice, so
I've have a couple with him from time to time. I like it's sweet taste with coke but don't drink much of anything these days.
I've had rum in deserts, but not as a drink.
by Vee
Vee, if you actually were in 'deserts' you'd need more than rum! Lol!
by donjo
LOL! Touché donjo! Touché!
by Vee
No I haven't.
Not since I was in my teens. I become very erratic and unfriendly when I drink hard liquor so I haven't done it in years. Beer doesn't seem to affect me in the same way, so when I drink, I only drink beer.
Coconut rum is delicious with fruit juice.
I do love a Bundy rum and coke, but they are few and far between these days as I am reasonably health conscious. I'm also partial to a white rum Lemon Daquiri which would be a cocktail of choice if dining out.
'Bundy' Rum is excellent! Look out for their Special Releases, they can only grow as an investment (if you can resist drinking it, that is!).

My fav though is Bacardi 8yo Dark Rum. It's really good with Coca-Cola!
why is the rum always gone!

I soak sultanas in bundaberg rum before adding it to chocolate icecream. (a christmas treat)


I've a 'mental picture' of 'drunken Sultanas' wobbling around atop kitchen bench! Lol!

by donjo
In general I don't drink, however I occasionally have a tot of rum in coffee. In winter is is lovely warming.
Definitely Bundy Rum!!! Can't go past a nice cold Bundy & Coke!!!!
I have made a great punch with white rum. You put white rum with packets of pineapple juice and add vanilla essence and add mint leaves apples or pineapple if you want to. Its a very popular drink at my functions. Do let people know roughly the amount of rum per glass because of driving...its a very deceptive drink
Yes, but I don't really like it.
I have. Meh. Alcohol and I don't get on but I do know that my intestines can deal with Captain Morgan better than Bundy. *insert jonaj's pirate here* LOL
by Rice
Hate it.
by Finy
I'm partial to the Bundy liqueur rum. I managed to get Santa rather merry on it one year at the work kids Christmas party. Santa fell off the ute and had a massive hangover but boy, did he love that rum! It was the talk at work the following week when we all had a laugh over it.
Actually no but I have added them to cakes while baking.
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