RumChata

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RumChata
Rumchata.jpg
1.75 liter bottle of Rumchata
TypeLiqueur
ManufacturerMidwest Custom Bottling Company
DistributorAgave Loco LLC
Country of originPewaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Introduced2009
Alcohol by volume13.75 to 15%
FlavourHorchata and Rum
Websiterumchata.com

RumChata is a cream liqueur manufactured in Wisconsin. The recipe includes rum, dairy cream, cinnamon, vanilla, sugar, and other flavorings. The drink has been manufactured in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, since 2009. Its name is a portmanteau of rum and horchata; the liqueur was designed to taste like a mixture of the two.[1] It contains 13.75% or 15% alcohol by volume,[2] depending on where it is sold.

In the 2016 US market, RumChata ranked second in the cream liqueur category after Baileys Irish Cream.[3]

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  1. ^ "RumChata fights to protect trademark" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 31 October 2018. Retrieved 11 March 2021.
  2. ^ "Horchata Review".
  3. ^ Inc, M. Shanken Communications (December 30, 2016). "Cream Liqueurs Eye Turnaround, As Baileys Returns To Growth". {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)