How to make a rum chata root beer float.
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I don’t normally love soda, but root beer is my jam. I have cravings for two things- ice cream and root beer- so naturally root beer floats are a favorite treat. My husband is also a fan.
But really… why not add alcohol to make it the perfect storm? Rum Chata is another favorite and it works well to take this from childhood treat to adulthood favorite.
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- Root beer
- 1 or 2 shots of Rum Chata
- Vanilla ice cream
Recipe for a Rum Chata Root Beer Float
Mix your root beer and Rum Chata. Once that is done, add your ice cream.
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Other Recipes to Make with Rum Chata
If you didn’t see my other Rum Chata recipe posts, you should definitely go check them out.
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