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dbassett74 Joined
Oct / 2006

Can you use liquor for flavoring without license?

I have a drink that I make that use just a splash of Rum to give it some flavor. Is a hard liquor license needed for this? I know that you wouldn't need a liquor license to make and sell Rum cake. Any info on this would be appreciated.

MeekoJoined
Jan / 2007
Meeko

It depends on the amount of alcohol. O'douls contains 0.4% alcohol.

LindaJoined
Feb / 2005
Linda

To be on the safe side, use rum flavoring. Is it a splash of rum per drink or for a larger recipe? ~ LInda

dlachezJoined
Nov / 1998
dlachez

Yes. Period. No question about it. It is an ingredient nothing more. JHC. What has the world come to?

dbassett74Joined
Oct / 2006
dbassett74

Per drink, so maybe I'm cutting it close. I didn't know there was Rum flavoring. Good idea, thanks!

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