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Drink Recipes

Mamajuana originated from Dominican Republic since the 1200's (before it was called Dominican Republic). The way it is prepared:

1. Curing the Drink: involves marinating certain selected herbs found in Dominican Republic with honey and wine (any kind of wine) for a week (leaving it for more helps the herbs taste better over time).
2. Set Up Drink: From here you either pour out that previous mixture (or drink it if you can handle it). You may then put in more honey and then fill it with rum or Dominican rum (Brugal if you have) is preferred.
Going with a 750 ml bottle (but can go with any size):
  • 6 oz of Mamajuana Don Ramon herbs in 750 bottle
  • Any bottle of red wine
  • Bottle of Brugal Domincan Rum (or any dark rum you like)
  • Honey
1. Put the herbs inside your bottle
2. Curing:
2a. Put half of the bottle of rum
2b. Put 40% of red wine
2c. Put the rest in honey
3. Let it sit for at least a week to let the bottle "curarse"

- One Week Later -
4. Dump out the liquid from the bottle (unless you can handle the drink)
5. Set Drink:
5a. Put half of the bottle of rum
5b. Put 40% of red wine
5c. Put the rest in honey
6. Let it sit for at least another week

- One Week Later -
7. Drink (Shots should come out smooth)

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One of the Best Drinks I've Had
The fact that you have to wait 2 weeks before drinking this makes it all the more sophisticated. I'm making a fresh bottle now and can't wait to have some more mamajuana when it's done!
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