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Hot buttered rum
KuKuAhu
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Joined: Dec 23, 2002
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From: Kahiki, Ohio
Posted: 2004-11-12 1:36 pm   Permalink

Say, you all be careful dumping boiling water into glasses, and especially into tiki mugs. Those often aren't meant for hot drinks and will crack and maybe even dump boiling water on your feet.

Please take care and use a sturdy mug.

Cheers!

Ahu


 
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KuKuAhu
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From: Kahiki, Ohio
Posted: 2004-11-12 5:08 pm   Permalink

The melted butterscotch candy recipe intrigues me, but seems more complicated than it has to be. Why not just use butterscotch schnapps? Say maybe...1/4 ounce of Buttershots to two ounces of rum, and then all the usual ingredients.

I've got some in the bar, perhaps I'll whip one up this weekend and give a report. If they're really good, perhaps I'll whip up four or five of 'em and to hell with the report.




Ahu

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TikiSan
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Joined: Sep 29, 2003
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From: O.C., SoCal
Posted: 2006-12-05 1:19 pm   Permalink

Now that the weather is cool again, does anybody have any updates to share?

 
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jazzman
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Joined: Apr 23, 2006
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From: East Bay
Posted: 2006-12-06 08:22 am   Permalink

For what it's worth, I think the premade Trader Vic's batter makes a great drink. I also recently mixed up the "batter" from scratch from the TV book of food and drink (the recipe is above in this thread). I used all organic ingredients for that. It came out different from the packaged product, more buttery and not quite as sweet. I like both. Though the Trader calls for using light PR rum, I personally have taken to mixing thse with Rhum St. James. If I'm feeling spendy I use Hors D'Age. Now that's a hot buttered rum!
-Sam


 
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bb moondog
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Joined: Apr 18, 2006
Posts: 492
From: Gilbert AZ
Posted: 2006-12-06 08:41 am   Permalink

..just can't 'warm up' to the HOT BUTTERED drink concept of any kind...for some reason, I always equate a rum drink with cold & refreshing or sweet /sour/fruity. Have TRIED the TRADER VICS batter and that MAY have been the thing that threw me OFF them FOREVER. It just was like HOT LIQUOR with a gross taste---kinda like when they used to push HOT DR. PEPPER back in the 70s...to my tastes, its an ABOMINATION that just wasn't meant to BE...just an opinion though

 
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captnkirk
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Joined: Nov 06, 2002
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From: Hockessin, Delaware
Posted: 2006-12-07 04:14 am   Permalink

I was watching Rachel Ray on food TV recently and they were in some ski bar in the mountains showing how they make hot buttered rum, and it looked really good.

Rachael Ray: Hot Buttered Rum

Bam! here is one from Emeril Lagasse

Another Food TV Hot buttered rum recipie


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Tiki Flange
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Joined: Sep 27, 2003
Posts: 148
From: Chicago NW Suburbs
Posted: 2006-12-07 08:19 am   Permalink

I made up a batch of batter last year:

1 pound brown sugar
1 pound butter
1 pound powdered sugar
1 half gallon vanilla ice cream
cinnamon and/or nutmeg to taste

Basically you melt all that stuff together then you can freeze it into smaller batches. When it freezes it is still scoopable, so you don't need to thaw it out.

When you want a hot buttered rum, you add two tablespoons of the batter to and ounce or so of rum and add hot water to fill the coffee cup.

This is by far the finest richest hot buttered rum recipe I have tried.





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procinema29
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Joined: Jul 31, 2003
Posts: 474
From: los angeles
Posted: 2006-12-07 08:29 am   Permalink

All a bunch of very intriguing buttered rum recipes! I'm not sure which one I should try. That buddy of mine with the crushed butterscotch candies...I think that may have been because the candies were inexpensive and one didn't need to purchase another liquor to make the drink, just the rum. But I recall the intensity of flavor was unusual.

I gave some to someone who basically doesn't drink ever, just a little bit to taste, and his response was..."Gimme some more of that!! Give it here."


 
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tikiwinebear
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Joined: Sep 30, 2004
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From: Santa Rosa, CA (Sonoma - wine country)
Posted: 2006-12-07 08:33 am   Permalink

Hey Tiki Flange... I was hunting all over for that recipe!! It is the most decadent and thickest hot buttered rum recipe I have ever made. And it's even good by the scoop like cookie dough from the freezer (but your teeth will ring)! I had non-drinkers at my Christmas party drinking those by the gallon. We hosted the dessert / coffee portion of our neighborhood progressive Holiday dinner, and people just wouldn't leave.

Thanks for posting that recipe!

- Myke
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Haole'akamai
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Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 2272
From: The Polynesian Port of NOLA
Posted: 2006-12-07 09:10 am   Permalink

Does anyone have the recipe for the Mai Kai's h.b.r.?

That was honestly the best I've ever had (although I did just came over from the
Mai Kai 50th Anniv. - a look back in pictures! thread and could be waxing nastalgic at this moment - but I doubt it...).
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procinema29
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From: los angeles
Posted: 2006-12-07 11:59 am   Permalink

I just bought a bunch of fresh spices, and it looks like it's time to work on some new hbr recipes! Great ideas on this thread, a lot of ideas I never saw before.

 
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weirduncletiki
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Joined: Mar 26, 2002
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From: Grape Town, California
Posted: 2006-12-07 4:11 pm   Permalink

Anyone got a line on the history of this drink? What are its origins? How far and to where can it be traced back? Just seems as though there's got to be an interesting story behind it, and I'd love to know it.

-Weird Unc


 
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Monkeyman
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Joined: Mar 04, 2003
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From: Vista, CA
Posted: 2006-12-07 8:17 pm   Permalink

we miss you wierduncletiki........

 
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weirduncletiki
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From: Grape Town, California
Posted: 2006-12-08 12:35 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2006-12-07 20:17, Monkeyman wrote:
we miss you wierduncletiki........



Likewise. I hope to make it down your way sometime soon. Tiki Oasis for sure!

-Weird Unc


 
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Potato.
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Joined: Jun 09, 2010
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From: Lincoln, NE
Posted: 2011-12-10 2:50 pm   Permalink

It's a chilly, relaxed day in Nebraska and I decided to make myself a hot buttered rum. Turning to page 152 in Beachbum Berry Remixed, I found two recipes, but, I swear there's only rum in one of them. I ended up making the Pub and Prow version anyway, but I don't see how much rum is supposed to go in the Volcano House version. I assume an ounce?
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