The bright flavor of lemons makes a wonderful addition to many cocktails, and RumChata Limon has a unique way of bringing those flavors to the table. If you’ve never heard of RumChata Limón, it’s easy to spot as the bright yellow version of the iconic RumChata bottle with the familiar gold cap. If you’re looking for some inspiration on how to use this wonderful lemon cream liqueur, we have ten RumChata Limon recipes you’re going to love.
What Is RumChata Limón?
First, let’s answer the question, “what is this stuff?”. Many people are familiar with RumChata, but not everyone knows there is more than one variety of the famously delicious and smooth cream liqueur.
In addition to the original RumChata, there’s also a Lemon version called Rumchata Limón, along with a RumChata Peppermint Bark, which is perfect for the holidays. The version we’re focusing on today is creamy with a bright and fresh lemon finish.
Rumchata Limón tastes like the original RumChata that’s had a nice, fresh squeeze of lemon added to it. The lemon is there, but it doesn’t make you pucker, and it also balances the warm flavors that RumChata offers.
There are many ways you can use Rumchata Limón. Here are ten lemony cocktails you’ll want to try.
Ten Delicous Cocktail with Rumchata Limón
1. Black Limon Berry
There are very few flavor combinations that go together better than lemon and berry. Combine Rumchata Limón cream liquor with raspberry vodka in a cocktail shaker over ice. Serve in a shot glass with a lemon wedge, or pour over ice in a tall collins glass. We like to also add vanilla vodka in equal amounts to the raspberry.
Delicious cocktails don’t get any simpler than the luscious Limosa. Mix 2 parts Rumchata limón with sparkling water or flavored sparking water, like LaCroix Lemon. Serve in a chilled flute glass and garnish with raspberries or a lemon twist.
3. RumChata Lemon Cake Cocktail
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to serve a delicious lemony dessert at your next party without making a cake from scratch? The RumChata Lemon Cake Cocktail tastes like your favorite dessert without all the extra calories from the frosting!
Combine Rumchata Limón cream liqueur with limoncello in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake ingredients well, and serve this sweet cocktail in glasses with a rim garnish of lemon juice and sugar.
4. Citrus Chata
By Rum Chata
Rumchata Limón is partnered with your favorite orange liqueur in this citrusy masterpiece. Grand Marnier, Cointreau, or even Triple Sec will work to mix with the lemony cream liqueur. Mix together in a shaker with ice and enjoy!
5. Italian Limon Fizz
This is the most complex Rumchata Limón recipe on our list. This recipe makes one very strong drink, or you can divide it up between two glasses and share.
Combine Rumchata Limón cream liqueur, limoncello, peach or orange vodka, vanilla syrup, orange bitters, and sparking water or Lacroix lemon sparkling water. Shake with ice in a shaker or cocktail mixing cup, and quickly shake until just a bit frothy. Pour and take a sip of this light and smooth cocktail from an elegant flute glass garnished with a twist of lemon.
6. Boozy Whipped Lemonade
By XOXO Bella
Are you looking for a Rumchata Limón cocktail that looks as creamy as it tastes? Try this boozy whipped lemonade with Rumchata Limón cream liqueur, sweetened condensed milk, heavy whipping cream, and lemon juice, and then blend with ice.
We like to add a dark Caribbean rum or sweet coconut rum for drinks with an extra little kick.
7. Hot Limon Latte
Rumchata Limón and coffee? We say yes, and it’s delicious. It might sound like an odd combination, but we urge you to give it a try. Not interested in a hot drink? Try it iced for a cold latte instead! A little real dairy cream will make it extra creamy when you combine it in a shaker with ice for the cold variation.
8. RumChata Strawberry Lemonade
The Tipsy Bartender has come up with the perfect strawberry lemonade by combining Rumchata Limón with strawberry vodka in a shaker with ice. After you shake the ingredients and pour them into a glass, you can add a little LaCroix Lemon sparkling water if you want a lemonade drink that’s less strong and more refreshing.
9. RumChata Limon Spritz
By Bar Biz Mag
It’s super easy to make this refreshing drink. Simply mix Rumchata Limón with club soda in a glass and stir gently. No need to get out the shaker or shake vigorously with this one. You’ll ruin the bubbles if you do!
10. Lemon Meringue Pie Cocktail
Ok, so this one requires a little prep work due to the meringue, but it’s so worth it. The original recipe also doesn’t call for Rumchata Limón, but we made a couple of substitutions for this drink recipe. We replaced the vodka in this recipe with 2-parts Rumchata Limón to one part vodka. Fill your glass and garnish with lemon or raspberry before serving. You can also enjoy drinking this one with a little plate of lemon cookies for a light dessert.
Where To Buy RumChata Limón
You can purchase Rumchata Limón at most liquor stores and many well-stocked grocery stores with a liquor section. If it’s not available locally, or you just don’t want to make the trip to the store to pick it up, you can also order it online.
What does Limon RumChata taste like?
Rumchata Limón is creamy and tastes sweet with fresh lemon flavor. It’s a great substitute for other lemon liqueurs in cocktail recipes.
Is there cinnamon in RumChata Limon?
Original RumChata has a touch of cinnamon to resemble horchata. With Rumchata Limón, that cinnamon flavor is replaced with the flavor of fresh lemons. We don’t know RumChata’s exact recipe, but if there’s cinnamon in there, you can’t really taste it.
How many RumChata flavors are there?
There are three flavors of RumChata – Original, Peppermint Bark, and Limon.
Is RumChata Limon seasonal?
Rumchata Limón is a flavor you can purchase and enjoy any time of year. It goes just as well in holiday cocktails as it does in lazy summer sippers.
Rumchata Limón isn’t like any other cream liqueur. Made with real dairy cream, Caribbean rum, and more than a hint of fresh lemons, it has become a favorite among lemon-flavored liqueurs. Try serving one of these lemony cocktails at your next gathering.