Why the name? Well, one of the rums has some 'funk', both rums are punchy and have nautical connections. The lime protects against scurvy, the cinnamon
The grassy notes of Zubrówka and delicate cinnamon shine through in this well-balanced and well-integrated delicately spicy vintage cocktail.
There's a good hit of cinnamon in this apple pie.
A tangy cocktail that's reminiscent of a cinnamon laced apple pie. Shame it's not blue.
Creamy cinnamon with hints of honey, nuts and berries.
Apple, rum and cinnamon were made for each other.
Refined cinnamon and apple.
Tastes nothing like carrot cake - surely that's a good thing.
A subtle spicy cinnamon taste with tangy length.
Strong in every respect. Big, full-on flavours of aniseed, cinnamon and ginger.
Hints of cinnamon and apple - an interesting tipple, if a tad sweet.
A well balanced, creamy shot with hints of butterscotch and cinnamon.
Spicy and fruity.
Sour apple and cinnamon spice with rum.
Rich in flavour and well balanced.
Yup, your eyes are not deceiving you and nor will your taste buds - it's made with peanut butter. Refreshingly different.
This sweet dessert cocktail tastes just like mum's home-made apple pie with cream.
Vanilla, hazelnut and cinnamon. Golden in colour with the odd gold flake from the cinnamon schnapps.
Flakes of gold dance with the champagne's bubbles.
This looks a little like a Cosmo but delivers sweet cinnamon and chocolate.
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