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On 2012-02-23 19:54, thePorpoise wrote:
I know, i know, it's tiki heresy, but I've given up cocktails for Lent, and it occurred to me that I might at least be able to enjoy the flavors of my favorite tiki drinks (esp., navy grog) if I can only come up with a workable non-alcoholic susbtitute for the rums.
I understand that there are pure and artificial rum extracts out there, but the McCormick's brand that is readily available has a high alcohol content, which rules it out.
I was thinking coca-cola with a little molasses added might work for dark rum...
At our bar we use the Monin Saveur Rhum Caribbean syrup in our No Tai Mai Tai recipe...we use 0.75oz of it and 0.75oz of Orgeat...it gives a bit of rum flavor to the drink without adding alcohol to it...but we are in Spain...I don't know if it's distributed to US...but maybe another brand of Syrups makes something like this..
This is the product:
"One of Sour, Two of Sweet, Three of Strong, Four of Weak"