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Rum Runner wrote:Indeed this rum is of the most evocative nature...I differ on one small point...I find it salacious rather than selacious.
paulipbartender wrote:Please forgive the straight-forward answer (little pressed for time in the office today).
Just discussed this with the bartender experts and they agree, drink it neat or on the rocks. If you want to mix with it, you can make a standard daiquiri or the non-politically correct named Mulata Daiquiri
12.5ml brown creme de cacao
12.5ml lime juice
dash (5ml or so) sugar syrup
shake and strain into chilled glass
The brown c-d-c brings out the chocolate notes in the Zaya but shouldn't overpower it.
Senator Badfellow wrote:Certainly, cacao is not as forgiving as the vanilla bean in such matters...
tiare wrote:BTW: I`ve heard some rumours that Zaya might be changed or retired (?)
I wonder if that is true..?
Count Silvio wrote:Better to have loved than never loved at all Jimbo, if you don't want to love it you might as well send it to me . I am curious as to where you found the information that Zaya is the old Z23?
I must admit I'd already had a few drams of Zaya before Sue Sea got to the party, er tasting. And I was really digging it. More later, but let's get to Zaya's aroma: a very, very thick and pungent and robust sweetness. Powerfully sweet, with vanilla and caramel. This is definitely a flavored rum and its deep, wispy mahogany color is no surprise. Swirling it also reveals confirming and thick, thick, heavy syrupy legs. From the very first kiss of this rum your lips, mouth and throat are coated with a hot, syrupy sweetness...
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