RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail is made with heavy cream, Amaretto and Kahlua

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail

This RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail tastes like a boozy, liquid version of the classic dessert! Try this sweet martini isntead of serving dessert!

We love serving dessert cocktails like this one! Be sure and check out our collection of Dessert Shots to serve at parties!

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail is made with heavy cream, Amaretto and Kahlua

Why We Love RumChata Recipes!

If you haven’t gotten yourself a bottle of RumChata yet, I urge you to do so.

RumChata is one of the staples in my bar because for one, everyone seems to like it and for two, you can make so many different drink recipe with RumChata it’ll blow your mind.

RumChata isn’t just for making drink recipes, either. The flavor is so good on it’s own all you need to do is pour yourself a glass. On the rocks or straight from the bottle, both are good. So you can’t ask for much more that that am I right? A bottle of liquor that is so adaptable in so many drink recipes but also good enough to drink all by itself.

What Does RumChata Taste Like?

Again, go out and grab yourself a bottle ASAP. But for quick reference, RumChata is a cream liquor that is made with Caribbean rum, cream with flavors of cinnamon and vanilla.

I personally don’t taste a TON of cinnamon in RumChata when I drink it straight, it’s there but it doesn’t scream at you so don’t be afraid to mix it with things that you wouldn’t think necessarily go with cinnamon.

Youycan either bring out the cinnamon flavor or sort of push it down – however you need it for the drink recipe that you’re making. Just another reason why we love making RumChata drink recipes so much.

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail is a dessert cocktail made with RumChata

This delicious toasted almond cocktail was inspired by those equally delicious toasted almond ice cream bars that I used to eat as a kid – and still do.

This creamy, sweet cocktail is going to be a hit with everyone, I can promise you that. From the newbie 21 age drinkers all the way through to your grandma. Trust me, we tried this RumChata drink out at our last family party and all drinking ages were represented.

Not one drop of this cocktail was left behind by anyone.

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail is a Rumchata drink made with Amaretto and Kahlua

Don’t leave out the fresh almonds that rim the glass in these drinks, it brings home that almond flavor which is also brought out by the Amaretto liquor used in this drink.

If you really want to make this cocktail crazy good, try our Homemade Amaretto Recipe! You can make a bottle and keep it in your fridge for a really long time. My Amaretto runs out long before I ever have to worry about it going bad in my fridge.

Of course store bought Amaretto is just fine, this drink is really about the RumChata and there’s no substitute for that creamy, smooth flavor.

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail is a sweet cocktail made with RumChata and Amaretto

Looking For More RumChata Recipes?

Cinnamon Toast Crunch

Mississippi Mud Pie Martini

Campfire Milk Punch

RumChata Blackberry Fool


Yield: Makes 1 drink

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail

RumChata Toasted Almond Cocktail

This creamy RumChata cocktail recipe tastes just like the dessert we all love in boozy, liquid form!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 ounces RumChata
  • 1 1/2 ounces Amaretto
  • 1 1/2 ounces heavy cream
  • 1/2 ounce Kahluha

For Rimming The Glass

  • 1/4 cup chopped almonds
  • Karo Syrup


Pour a shallow layer of the syrup onto a small plate, wide enough to fit the rim of the glass you are using. Add the chopped almonds to another plate and spread out into an even layer.

Dip the rim of your glass into the syrup, let the excess drip off and then dip the rim into the nuts, rolling around until the rim is completely coated.

Add all the ingredients for the cocktail into a shaker with some ice. Shake well and strain into the prepared glass.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 390 Total Fat: 16g Saturated Fat: 10g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 5g Cholesterol: 51mg Sodium: 15mg Carbohydrates: 12g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 13g Protein: 1g
This nutritional information is for informational purposes only. As I am not a nutritionist, this information is provided only as a courtesy.

2 Responses

  1. Suzie

    Curious as to what is in the bottom of the glasses? The recipe doesn’t mention anything, but it looks like an ingredient and not the glass design.

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