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Rum(?) Infusion After-Dinner Liqueur

klflote | Oct 9, 202112:25 PM    

After a wonder French meal recently, the restaurant owner brought out after-dinner drinks of the house specialty infusion. We think he said it was rum-based; it was citrusy (definitely orange and maybe others) and maybe some warm spice (cloves/cinnamon) and other things. It was fairly sweet (think Limoncello) and mostly clear. Maybe this is a known thing? Otherwise, looking for ideas on how to replicate this, particularly since when I read about rum infusions they are suggested for use in cocktails. For an after-dinner drink, maybe I would need to start with a clear brandy or something else?

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