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I tried my first Dark and Stormy while sailing in a race in Northport, Maine. Well, it was after the race. Not my cup of tea. The only drink I have regularly with rum is a Mojito. Mmmmmmm. I am a bourbon guy.
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Anybody try barbencourt(sp?) aged 15 yrs? haitian guys i work with suggested it. Tastes like victory

i also like southern comfort and ginger ale... but thats off topic
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I've been Rum Dumb a few times but don't like it much. I'm a Bourbon kinda guy. I thought Rum was just a pirate thing. Apparently all sailors like rum. Learn something new here every day.
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Whiskey is my poison of choice, preferably Glenmorangie 10yr or Bushmills 16yr. I don't drink much rum without coke and ice cubes in it... I guess aptain Morgan Spiced gold is my rum of choise so far, but feel free to recommend other brands.
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Painkiller

A painkiller is hard to beat

4 parts pineapple juice
1 part orange juice
1 part coconut cream

as many parts of Pussers as you wish

over ice

dash of nutmeg

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From living up in Maine for several years this time of year would be a 50/50 mix of Oakhurst Egg Nog and Captain Morgans...

I keep it simple with Captain and Diet, squeeze of lime. Only thing I sip straight is a good bourbon or scotch.

Here is one I've put together that is very popular with the female passengers - I call it a Juicy Fruit - Cruzan Banana Rum with Gingerale - tastes exactly like a stick of Juicy Fruit gum...
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Bicardi light rum and diet coke with lime.

Gosling rum and real Ginger Beer with lime.

(That Goya stuff is awful!!)

Rum is a summer drink.

My summer beer is Yeungling Light Lager or Rolling Rock.

In fall/winter I drink Scotch or Scotch and Drambuie (rusty nail) or Irish whiskey on the rocks.

Winter beer is Siera Nevada Celebration Ale.
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ron zacappa centenario
zaya
pompero

not in any particular order.
on ice or up.
If you meant Ron Facapa Centenario 23 yrs aged........I second that vote!
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Mount Gay is the best I can get locally.
Cockspur, when my girl ordered it for Christmas.
Drank Cortez in Panama, liked it.
I'll have water before drinking any light rum, and I think Captain Morgan tastes like soda.
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Hot Buttered Rum

fell in love with this drink at the Boatyard here in Annapolis (Labatt's wife introduced me to this yummy drink)

Anyone have a good (favorite) recipe for hot buttered rum? Searches on the net have turned up a couple, but none quite perfect, yet
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