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Re: Buddha's hand liqueur ....now Rumtopf

Godi.....we too use the Austrian Rum.  Stroh Rum.  We used to  have to bring 
it from Europe, but it is now available here.   I've  also used Bacardi 151 
which works out well also.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/29/2005 7:51:20 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I made  Rumtopf  for years long ago and forgot all about it until you brought 
it up. We did have a cellar at the time and I started in spring with  
strawberries and continued throughout the year with fruits in season,  exept 
citrus fruits. It was always ready at Christmas, to eat with vanilla  ice 
cream or cake, yum. Spring is coming sooner or later and when the  
strawberries are in season........, the trouble is, the rum has to be at  
least 50% alcohol, not easy to find here, whereas it was all over Vienna,  
where we lived at the time.
Godi zone 7

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