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#14797 - 06/06/02 01:11 AM Favorite Rum Drinks
Bones Offline
Not being a regular rum drinker, but planning to partake in Belize, I need some good rum drinks we can both make in the hotel and order in the bars. Who has some good and simple concoctions to share? Only 14 days til we Belizeit!

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#14798 - 06/06/02 02:51 AM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
d-jon Offline
One simple one is " PANTI RIPPER" it is made from pineapple juice and coconut rum and lots of ice.

These ingredients can be bought in any grocery shop.

Have fun!!!!

Where will you be staying?
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Hi, trina I would suggest the Orange Walk area. There is a lot to offer there. In particular there is the Lamanai Outpost lodge that offers exactly what you're looking for. You can contact me if you need more info at djones@btl.net

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#14799 - 06/06/02 03:45 AM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
Lan Sluder/Belize First Offline
A basic (and delicious) rum drink is just rum and tonic water, plus a squeeze of lime. Fanta tonic water, either with or without bitters, is widely available in Belize.

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#14800 - 06/06/02 05:23 AM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
Bones Offline
D-jon: Do you mean coconut juice of some kind and regular rum, or is there coconut rum, similar to lime vodka (yuk)? Our fam wil be at Coral Bay Villas for a week, then on to Caye Caulker for another week. Rumadumdum! Looking forward to bonefishining and seeing some Mayan ruins! Pica pica be gone!

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#14801 - 06/06/02 02:21 PM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
SEAWINGS Offline
Coconut rum on the rocks.80 proof, good stuff.

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#14802 - 06/06/02 05:11 PM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
IslandJunkie Offline
Try Coconut Rum & cranberry juice. That's some pretty good stuff, too. We had it somewhere in San Pedro, can't remember where. Mighta been Crazy Canuks? I think I liked it better than Panty Rippers - not so sweet (sorry for the blasphemy!).

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#14803 - 06/06/02 05:34 PM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
hunters Offline
Rum and Coke with lime aka Cuba Libre.

Rum and juice.

Rum and tonic.


The coconut rum is great with pineapple juice or straight but is quite sweet.
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#14804 - 06/06/02 05:43 PM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
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Mojito: Cuban rum, lime juice, sugar, mint. (It only works with Cuban rum and it works best if you are in Cuba when you drink it...)
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#14805 - 06/07/02 04:09 AM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
klcman Offline
Why Susangg............ would you, a member of the bar, be suggesting we Yanks violate our sacred laws and actually spend money in Cuba??????????????????? OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG
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#14806 - 06/07/02 04:28 AM Re: Favorite Rum Drinks
d-jon Offline
Bones, there is a coconut rum here in Belize it's not coconut juice.

to see Maya Ruins you'll need to be in the Cayo area or even visit Tikal.

I just had some guests who travelled there by road ans they said it was pretty safe.
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Hi, trina I would suggest the Orange Walk area. There is a lot to offer there. In particular there is the Lamanai Outpost lodge that offers exactly what you're looking for. You can contact me if you need more info at djones@btl.net

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