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Rum Punch Day

This holiday is for enjoying rum punch! Rum punch is a age old recipe that dates way back. So on Rum Punch Day; why not have yourself a punch party and try a bowl of rum punch between friends.  Rum is made by distilling fermented sugar from sugar cane and is fermented from 'cane juice,...

Rum Punch Day

This holiday is for enjoying rum punch! Rum punch is a age old recipe that dates way back. So on Rum Punch Day; why not have yourself a punch party and try a bowl of rum punch between friends.

Rum is made by distilling fermented sugar from sugar cane and is fermented from 'cane juice, concentrated cane juice or molasses.' Most rum comes from molasses which is loaded with sugar. Rums are available in several classifications – white, golden or amber, dark, spiced and Anejo and Age-Dated. While rum is made in many areas, the Caribbean is known for its rum production

Bajan Rum Punch Recipe
'Bajan (Barbadian) Rum Punch is one of the oldest rum punches and has a simple recipe enshrined in a national rhyme: 'One of Sour, Two of Sweet, Three of Strong, Four of Weak.' That is:

- 1 part lime juice,
- 2 parts sweetener,
- 3 parts rum (preferably Barbados rum),
- and 4 parts water.

It is served with a dash or two of Angostura Bitters and Nutmeg.
Source:
http://www.gone-ta-pott.com/national_rum_punch_day.html
http://www.examiner.com/article/it-s-national-rum-day-27-awesome-rum-punch-dessert-cocktail-recipes

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