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    Hot Butter Rum

    Now that the holidays and wintery weather is upon use, how about your favorite Hot butter rum recipes....dale

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    Sailor Jerry, allspice, a dab of brown sugar, boiling water, topped with a bit of butter

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    One half gill (2.5 oz.) of real British Admiralty rum, https://www.kegworks.com/naval-rum-measure-half-gill to 1/2 pint of boiling water, which should NOT be from a municipal treated source, but best from a natural spring-fed source, 1 pat (1/3 tablespoon) of butter, stirred with and/or sipped through a cinnamon stick!

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    Me Sainted Mother would not have condoned of adding sugar or allspice to hot buttered rum, that would be "only for Nancy boys from Cambridge or Eton"
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    The old fashioned way, a mug of cider, rum, a pat of butter, and a hot poker from the fireplace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Smith View Post
    The old fashioned way, a mug of cider, rum, a pat of butter, and a hot poker from the fireplace.
    Hard cider was the Colonial American iteration and I remember the hot poker being used on the farm.

    Brits used tea with a bit of ginger, which is OK, but being raised as a kid on hot grog as a cold remedy, I prefer it.
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    I don't know how to make them and I have no desire to learn, but if I'm ever in the mood for one,

    Gracie's Sea Hag In Depoe Bay, Oregon makes the best I've ever had. World-Class Bloody Mary's, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Smith View Post
    The old fashioned way, a mug of cider, rum, a pat of butter, and a hot poker from the fireplace.
    Shouldn't the recipe say stir the mix with the hot poker till it melts together. AND we lose a lot of pokers that way

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