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Sandra, what a wonderful holiday drink.... kind of like an elegant, boozy dessert. This is perfect for those who want something less egg and I'll bet the coconut with the rum and cinnamon is a wonderful flavor. Wishing you and your family a wonderful and very Happy Holiday season!

Sandra A. Gutierrez

Dear Jamie,
I'm so glad you liked it. It is perfect for people who don't like eggs, for sure. Also, it thickens as it sits in the fridge and matures. The flavor gets richer and richer. We love it. I also wish you and yours a beautiful Holiday Season filled with joy, peace, and lots of love.

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  • Sandra A. Gutierrez is a nationally recognized food personality, cookbook author, freelance food writer, and cooking instructor. Her articles and recipes have been published in newspapers and magazines around the world. To find out more click here.

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