The rum revelry will peak each Thursday in October, as each Bahama Breeze restaurant celebrates RumThursty. Beginning at 8 PM each week, the late night parties will feature live music, contests and, of course, rum.
I attended the very first RumThursty at the Altamonte Springs location and had a great time. The new rum mojitos are fantastic. I recommend the pineapple, but everyone I tried was good. Love those cane sugar stalks in each drink!
“Rumtoberfest is Bahama Breeze’s take on Oktoberfest, full of great food and drinks and good times with friends and family,” said Michael Kneidinger, president of Bahama Breeze. “Guest feedback from Rumtoberfest was incredible last year, so we knew that we had to bring the celebration back bigger and better this year.”
Bahama Breeze is also offering a premium rum flight to showcase the spicy aromas and complex flavors of rum. The Island Rum Tour features Seven Fathoms, Pyrat XO Reserve and Zaya Gran Reserva 12 Year rums. The flight is presented in tasting glasses on a custom board accompanied by tasting notes for each selection.
The chefs at Bahama Breeze have created two new rum-infused dishes for the occasion. Inspired by the classic cocktail, Rum and Coke Wings feature Bahama Breeze’s signature chicken wings smothered in a house-made sauce with Myers’ Original Dark Rum. For a sweet finish to any meal, the classic Rum Cake is made with Bacardi Oakheart Rum and topped with raisin butterscotch sauce and vanilla bean ice cream.
For additional details on Rumtoberfest and your chance to win a trip to the islands, please visit www.rumtoberfest.com.
Note: I dined compliments of Bahama Breeze.