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kremas part1

kremas part1

Cremas, also spelled Cremasse (Kremas in Haitian Creole), is a sweet and cream alcoholic drink native to Haiti. The drink is made primarily from creamed coconut, thick condensed and/or evaporated milk, and rum. The rum used is ordinarily dark; even if, white rum is used often as well. Innumerable other spices are added for bonus flavoring such as cinnamon, nutmeg, anise, as well as miscellaneous ingredients such as the usually used vanilla wring or raisins. Recipes vary from self to self with a few differences in ingredients here and there. Even if the by and large look and taste is the same. The drink possesses a cream homogeny akin to a thick milkshake and varies from off-white to beige in color. The drink is ordinary in Haiti and is served evenly at shared actions and all owing to the holidays. It is ordinarily consumed along with a sweet pastry of some sort. The drink is often served cold even if it can be served at room like. The drink has be converted into just marketed in Haiti as well as the United States. One of the ordinary brands is Dorobe.

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