Rum is often used in the preparation of peanut liqueur, in which the spirit is infused with peanuts. Some varieties are produced with cream and simple syrup. Castries Crème is a brand of peanut liquor based upon rum that has the flavor of peanuts, brown sugar and cinnamon. Some peanut-infused vodkas are also produced, such as Van Gogh Vodka, NutLiquor and Peacasso. Peanut Lolita was an unpopular peanut-based dessert whiskey that was manufactured and sold in the United States in the 1960s until 1970s.
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