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Following with my recent experiments in Rhums Arrangés, I wanted to try a combination that I saw a few months ago produced by Cédric Brément: the rum called Punch Au Rhum Banane Cacao.
Thinking about it, I remembered an infused rum that I did a few years ago with a recipe extracted from the Beachbum Berry Remixed called Chocolate & Vanilla Infused Rum, and I thought that it could be great adding the banana…and yes, I’ve tried it!!!!
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Nice idea with several flavors that traditionally work well together. I made a banana infused Coruba a while back, and it was tasty but after a week or so the banana flavor seemed to subside. Hopefully you have better luck with this, or just drink it faster! 🙂
What kind of Coruba did you use?
How many time you let it infuse?
Did you strain the infused elements when the determined time of infusion finishes?
I’m very curious with that kind of experiments!!! 🙂
Another great looking rhum arrange’ Oriol! I wonder if adding some banana peel could add a deeper banana flavor without it being too much if the banana flavor may subside? but one must be careful with banana peels….make sure they are 100% organic.
Thank you Helena!
Mmm I have to think how could work the banana peel…maybe on the next experiment I could try it. When I made banana syrup I used the banana peels for increase the flavor.
I just taste a bit yesterday and maybe it need more banana flavor…but maybe it’s a short infusion time…I’ll wait to october-november to take final conclusions and on the next maybe I try it with peels!!!! 😉
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