Hot Buttered RumChata– A delicious spin on a classic holiday drink made with just a few simple ingredients. So creamy and flavorful!
Hot Buttered RumChata
Hot buttered RumChata may sound crazy but hear me out! After how awesome my hot buttered rum recipe turned out a few weeks back, I was curious if you could do the same kind of drink with other alcohols and get that same cozy kind of drink. With RumChata being part rum, it sounded like the perfect place to start! I think it turned out so amazing but the butter and spices just make the RumChata even creamier and flavorful! Trust me, this is a must-make cocktail!
Common Questions About Making Hot Buttered RumChata
What is RumChata?
RumChata is a cream liqueur made from rum, cream, cinnamon, and other spices. It is a great addition to a wide range of drinks from hot chocolate to eggnog.
What does hot buttered RumChata taste like?
Hot buttered RumChata tastes like a creamy, more flavorful glass of RumChata. The butter gives it the extra creamy texture and flavor while the spices really jazz it up.
Can I make a big batch of hot buttered RumChata?
Yes! You can double, triple, etc this recipe as it serves just one. I have even made it in a slow cooker before to serve at a party as the slow cooker helps keep it warm.
Can I make this a mocktail?
Of course! While it might taste a little different, you could substitute in horchata for the RumChata in the recipe with a splash of cream or half-and-half. It will have that same creamy taste but without the rum!
Looking for more cocktails? Check these recipes out!
- Amaretto Hot Chocolate
- Cranberry Moscow Mule
- Eggnog White Russian
- RumChata Hot Chocolate
- Peppermint White Russian
- RumChata Eggnog Cocktail
- 5 ounces water (hot)
- 2 ounces RumChata
- 1 tablespoon butter (softened)
- 1 teaspoon brown sugar
- Pinch of cinnamon
- Pinch of nutmeg
- Pinch of allspice
- 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
- In a mug, combine butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and vanilla extract. Mix until well combined.
- Add in RumChata and then the hot water. Stir and then serve.
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