Free Food Fridays: Appleton Estate Reserve Rum – ENDED

So it’s not exactly food, but I can’t see what Autumn meal I couldn’t serve this gorgeous Appleton Estate Reserve rum alongside- it conjures so many wonderful vacation memories! Keep reading to find out how you can win a bottle (if you’re over the age of 21!) and more about the product.

The Appleton Estate has been handcrafting quality rums in Jamaica’s Nassau Valley since 1749. I can’t help up be brought back there when I think of my lovely vacation there, sipping rum poolside. I am also reminded of the story of Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester’s tales of the hot and steamy place where he met beautiful women and delighted in the pleasure of quality food and drink. This rum conjures up feelings in anyone who drinks it, and even if you don’t have an experience with Jamaica, you can create one when you savor this quality rum.

Appleton Estate Reserve is unique because of its rare blend of aged rum- 20, to be exact. Create new autumn memories with this rum’s rich flavor and savor in its richness.

The Prize: 2 lucky winners will win a bottle of Appleton Estate Reserve.

Timeline: This giveaway will run until October 13th, 2011 at 11:59pm CDT.  A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email on Friday, October 14th. You MUST be 21 to enter and someone over the age of 21 will be required to sign for the prize.

How to Enter:

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment on this post telling us what you would serve this rum alongside- or do you have a great Jamaican experience to share?

Optional Additional Entries (leave separate comments for each one telling us that you’ve done them):

1. “Like” Recipe4Living on Facebook.

2. Follow Recipe4Living on Twitter.

3. “Like” Appleton Estate on Facebook.

4. Post about this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter, linking back to this page.

Best of luck from us at Chew on That!

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  • Karol T.

    I had a cocktail party where I made Rum & Coconut Water; Rum & Cranberry Juice and served finger foods: Codfish fritters; Mini Spinach/Mushroom Quiche; Crab Cakes & Green Plantain Crisps. It was a huge hit!

  • Kathleen Conner

    I would love to have this with some pasta, because everything goes with pasta!

  • Kathleen Conner

    I “Like” Recipe4Living on Facebook.

  • Kathleen Conner

    I Follow Recipe4Living on Twitter.
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  • Kathleen Conner

    I Like” Appleton Estate on Facebook.

  • Kathleen Conner

    I Posted about this giveaway on Twitter

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  • Anne Clements

    I’d use this on Bananas Foster.

  • Brooke R.

    Some kind of chicken and pineapple kabobs! This looks so yummy!

  • Nancy Wyatt

    I would love to use this rum in my new Ababah Rum cake recipe. I’m going to make several and share at Christmastime! I just know it would be the most flavorful rum I could find. YUM!

  • Kristen M

    My husband loves Appleton estates! I would serve this rum with a fresh fruit tray of pineapple and melon.
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  • Toni Smith

    I would serve this with a slow cooked brisket, steamed asparagus, and chive mashed potatoes.

  • Gary Decker

    I’d serve this in a spice cake with a cup of nice rich coffee……mmmmmmmmm!

  • Lora W. Fields

    Bought some on the first cruise we ever went on. I generally use my liquor for mixed drings and rarely for cooking.

  • Lora W. Fields

    We bought some on the first cruise we went on. YUMMY! I generally use my liquor for sipping or in mixed drinks.

  • CJ Brown

    I use this in cooking Salmon along w/drinking it w/dinner. It is great when grilling fish w/fresh fruit salsa!!!

  • gwendolyn diaz

    i would serve this with a roasted pork tenderloin along side an apple chutney with some sort of potatoe . on the sweet side , caramelized pineapples with either vanilla bean ice cream or coconut ice cream . but then again , to have a luxury like this after a hard day would be perfect also !

  • http://facebook.com Cindy

    I would dip chicken in it and let it soak up the rum, and then serve it with sliced apples on the side.

  • MARJORIE,STEWART

    I would serve it over ice with a slice of Fish

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    My mouth is watering after reading all these coments! I would enjoy this premium rum relaxing with my husband after the kids are in bed-with a plate of fresh pineapple & a good smoked cheese & crackers. Then we would plan our “escape” to Jamaica or another tropical island for the honeymoon we never had. But I would also like to try it in a good recipe for rum or pina colata cake. Can we start a new recipe category & share recipes?

  • http://recipeforliving.com Carole Carr

    I think coke but since I have not ever had this brand, and if I win this bottle, I would like to try some recipes.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I still like Recipe4living on FB.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I like Appleton Estate USA on FB.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I posted this contest on my FB page, with your link.

  • susan smoaks

    i would serve this rum with coke

  • TAMMI LUMLEY

    I would serve this with some Egg Nog over the holidays with family and friends.

  • Bill

    I’m not a big rum and coke guy, but I do like to cook with rum and brandy.

  • Christine

    with pumpkin bread

  • robyn paris

    I’d serve this with coke and coconuts.

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  • Kimball Walters

    I would like to try a little bit of Appleton Estate Jamaican Rum to add a zing to my cakes, cookies and frozen drinks. (Of course, only when I serve it to adults.)

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