Cardinal Wine & Spirits
One of the Best Selling New Brands In America...
repeat winner of the rising star award from the
Beverage Information Group.
THE RUMCHATA STORY
We've been bombarded with questions about the origins of RumChata, and the truth is, the answer is not a simple one.
RumChata's ingredients are hand selected
from all around the world.
It's not easy crafting the best tasting cream liqueur in the Universe, but it's a challenge we've taken head on. Every delicious batch of RumChata is mixed up from scratch and contains our own unique blend of premium Caribbean rum, which is selected for its light and smooth character. We then take that rum and homogenize it with the finest dairy cream from Wisconsin.
The final step of our process is blending in our own unique flavors, which come from six different countries and as far away as Madagascar. With the completion of each batch, we taste test it, hand bottle it, carefully pack it up, and then it is finally ready for delivery to our dedicated fans far and wide. There's nothing we love more than providing our customers with the best tasting cream liqueur ever—except maybe drinking the best tasting cream liqueur ever. And lazy rivers. And drinking RumChata in a lazy river, but we digress—that is why we use only the highest quality ingredients available on the market.
Horchata was originally concocted by the ancient Egyptians for the Pharaohs & their queens, a feat easily as impressive as the Pyramids.
The pioneering Egyptian chufa style horchata, which is made with chufa—also known as the tigernut—was so revered that it soon found its way to Spain during the time of the Moorish kings.
Today, you'll continue to find horchata made with this same original recipe in most areas of Spain, where it remains a very popular summertime beverage—
we're talking Antonio Banderas popular. Chufa plantations aren't exactly a booming business on this side of the pond, so when horchata was finally introduced to the Americas the recipe had to be changed. Rice based horchata is now served extensively throughout Mexico and Central America, where the recipe is often passed down generation to generation. These authentic recipes include varied mixtures of rice, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and either water or dairy.
THE TASTE IS ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!!
For our money, the only thing we can think of that is more delicious than horchata is horchata with rum in it, which is why we created RumChata.,
We hope you'll get your next party started with a bottle of your own and love it as much as we do, if that's even possible (we like it a whole lot).
We are proud and passionate about RumChata
Salted Caramel Martini
2 parts RumChata
1 part caramel vodka
sea salt/table salt (do not use margarita salt)
Rim Martini glass with salt (use water, NOT lime juice). Shake ingredients with ice and strain into salted martini glass. Optional: Drizzle a teaspoon of caramel
sauce into bottom of glass.
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THIS IS A PERFECT TIME TO INTRODUCE
TO FAMILY & FRIENDS, DURING
THE HOLIDAY SEASON
THEY WILL LOVE THIS DRINK!
It's A Classic, just Like the Leg Lamp.
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Put a beast in your belly!
Named after the mythical
sea beast , The Kraken .
Contents: As black as that big squid's ink. 13 secret spices add a nice, robust flavor. Sweet and spicy as your palate adjusts. Kraken & Coke surpasses the other rums on the market today.
An old timely bottle
(with handles, no less) will come in handy when drinking on the high seas. A antiquey black-and-eggshell label emboldened by the mythical sea beast, The Kraken. At 94 proof, Kraken has quite a kick. The Kraken is flavorful enough to sip straight up or on the rocks. Most rums are used for mixing, but The Kraken is great all by itself. Don't get us wrong, Kraken will improve your common rum drink, too. Visit The Kraken web site for some very interesting Kraken cocktails.
Some drinkers who adamantly disliked rum prior to discovering the stronger rums such as The Kraken, I have to say that this drink opened new doors. Instead of the woody taste of most bourbons, The Kraken boasts an intriguing mixture of various Caribbean spices.
It's aromatic and smooth even at 94 proof, and its one of my favorite drinks especially at the price Cardinal Wines & Liquors sells it for. A 750ml bottle, which is less than most comparable products. It's a sipping drink with a kick and to me, it's way more palatable than the obnoxiously fruity lower-proofed rums. For the adventurous drinker whose tastes have encompassed many different types and varieties of liquor and who isn't afraid of the strong stuff.
We give The Kraken a high recommendation.
MAN UP, DRINK THE INK!
THE KRAKEN ANATOMY
While no direct autopsy has yet been conducted on The Kraken, a great deal of speculation has been made as to its biological composition. The following is based on the most accurate scientific conjecture available.
This is a must read
in order to survive
a Kraken attack.
1. When at sea or on a cruise, in order to survive the brutality and deadly attack of The Kraken, Toss Other Passengers
At The Kraken.
2. Act Poiseness. While size is no threat to the Kraken and he has no predators, it has been said that this beast might avoid creatures that it might consider lethal to its digest. How one might act poiseness is difficult to say. "Prickly" is all that most sea-faring men will suggest.
3. Confusion is your best defense. As the Kraken has a massive body, yet a brain of questionable size, acting in an erratic manner has been one thought in sending the Kraken off into a tizzy.
4. Play Dead. The Kraken is most attracted to all things alive, flailing and disruptive. The creature preys on all critters full of life. So if you are ever to have the chance of seeing a Kraken, one theory of survival is to throw yourself overboard, laying in the seal motionless and hope that the Kraken takes you for mere flotsam (Meaning:(miscellaneous or unimportant material))and overlooks you, in search of more lively prey.
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own risk by clicking on The Kraken image below
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