Jerri's StoryI fell in love with rum cream on our first trip to Jamaica. Unfortunately, Sangsters (the Jamaican brand) isn't sold in the US so after going online and trying many recipes, tweaking this, removing that, I found what is the closest in flavor to the Sangster's brand. It makes an excellent gift as most people aren't familiar with it.
can sweetened condensed milk
1-1 1/4 c
amber rum (appleton's is what i use)
cream or half and half
fresh brewed coffee
real vanilla extract
1Mix all ingredients in a blender and run on a low setting for a minute, just long enough to blend.
2Refrigerate for an hour for flavors to blend. Serve over ice, in coffee, over ice cream, or in any way one would use Irish cream. It has the same texture but not the bite of whiskey. Keeps for 2 weeks in the fridge, I'm told. It never stays around long enough at our house!
Wendy Rusch snooksk9 - Nov 14, 2010
sounds yummy, I'm not a drinker...but some of the recipes on here for drinks are wonderful! I might be converted!
Marc Chin drumrb0y - Dec 1, 2010
Thanks for posting this, Jerri;
The one bottle that we brought back from our cruise just got wiped out and buying more online is prohibitively expensive... We'll just have to make our own!
S I SyiLuvsPastries - Nov 10, 2011
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Theresa Rodriguez Scorp59 - Sep 14, 2013
I, too, fell in love with Jamaican Rum Cream when I was in Jamaica. I am going to try your recipe and hope it is close. If I am sipping Jamaica Rum Cream and playing reggae music I can transport myself back to Ocho Rios.
Norm Rudolph Storm57 - Jan 10, 2014
Jerri Thomas .. you deserve a BIG UP!!
Shame to admit that it has been a while since I have tasted the real deal, but that recipe of yours was just .. lil bit in the morning Blue Mountain coffee watching the sun come up in Negril .. YaMon!! Thanks for sharing that gem!!!!! IRIE