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Gift a Treat People Want to Eat

A poll found “38% of people give away their fruitcakes instead of eating them.” With some fruitcakes lasting two to three months without refrigeration, these indigestible, blocks of cake are regifted and passed from one family to the next. How about this year giving people a treat they want to eat?

In honor of Free Shipping Day on December 18, Wicked Jack’s Tavern is reminding everyone there is still time to order one of our scrumptious rum cakes for delivery by Christmas Day. Get free two-day delivery through Amazon Prime while supplies last and your favorite flavor is in stock!

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Hot Chocolate on a Cold Winter’s Day

December 13 is National Cocoa Day. What better way to celebrate than with a chocolate rum cake?

Until the 19th century, hot chocolate was used as medicine to treat stomach ailments, relying on the digestive properties of the cocoa bean. Now, in America hot chocolate is best known as an instant drink topped with marshmallows.

At Wicked Jack’s Tavern, we take our hot chocolate one step further, pairing a hot mug with a slice of rum cake. Our rich cake is made with milk chocolate chips then soaked in the finest Jamaican rum.

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Make Your Holiday Gathering a Rum-Soaked Affair

Most Americans attend a holiday party during December. In fact, many people attend multiple holiday parties organized by friends, family, coworkers, neighbors and school associations. And another batch of lucky holiday enthusiasts are the ones responsible for planning and hosting the holiday affairs.

Don’t be that guest who comes empty handed. Bring something more sophisticated than your own baking will allow, and more unique than a package of sugar cookies from the grocery store. Even if your “tradition” is bringing a bottle of wine, spice up the party with a rum theme.

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Now is the time to order a variety of Wicked Jack’s Tavern Rum Cakes. Forget the expected holiday party desserts like fudge and peanut brittle, and indulge in something moist and full of flavor. Our Red Velvet Rum Cake with Jamaica Rum Glaze will take any holiday party dessert table from ordinary to extraordinary!

Is the event catered? There is still a place for rum cake at any great holiday party. Bring one or more for the gift exchange!

Don’t Forget the Rum when You Shop on Cyber Monday!

Tomorrow is one of the busiest online shopping days, when customers look for the best items to ship across the country. Look for our buttery, full-flavored Wicked Jack’s Tavern Jamaican Rum Cakes, as well as coffee and gift packages, under the gourmet food selection on

Our handmade cakes have excellent ratings with rave reviews. “I think that you could even pass this off as home-made if you wanted. It’s actually that fresh.” “This cake is decadent and delicious! The cake is super-moist with chunks of chocolate in it.”

Don’t believe these rum-filled customers, read a recent product review of our new gluten-free rum cake by Jennifer Harris with the Gwinnett Gluten-Free Food Examiner. “The cake is moist and vanilla flavored with a rum soaked glaze that transports one to Jamaica with every bite. I had to double check the box to make sure I was indeed eating a gluten-free rum cake because it is that good.”

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“Thanks” for the Rum-Soaked Treat

With Thanksgiving only a week away, it is time to make final decisions about what you will serve for your holiday meal…and after dinner dessert. Wicked Jack’s Tavern offers a treat everyone is sure to enjoy, from a traditional recipe that tastes homemade.

Throw out the fruitcake and order our Butter Rum Raisin today. Not only do we use spices and soak the raisins in the finest Jamaican rum, but our Butter Rum Raisin cake also contains a hint of eggnog to bring you a Wickedly good and unique dessert.

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Get Your Bundt In Shape

November 15 is National Bundt Day. A Bundt is any cake backed in a pan with a distinctive ring shape. With the holiday season approaching, the most common form of Bundt, the traditional fruitcake, will be passed around by friends and neighbors.

Bundt cake saw a rise in popularity in the 1960s after an aluminum mold was mass-produced. Today, the Bundt cake remains popular because of the light-touch decorating needed, such as drizzling glaze or dusting with powder, and the ease of slicing the ring for individual servings.


Wrap Up the Year with a Bow. Let Us Package Your Holiday Gifts.

Now is the time to start planning your end-of-year client packages and employee appreciation gifts. Shop the Aroma Ridge and Wicked Jack’s Tavern selection of Corporate Holiday Gifts.

Order our Wicked Jacks Tower, with three various sizes and flavors of cake, or the Wicked Jacks Treasure, with two coffee flavors and a 20-ounce butter rum cake, all housed in a mahogany-stained wooden box. Or personalize the gift, combining coffee and tea, as well as biscotti and Jamaican rum-soaked cakes.

All gift packages are designed and created on an individual basis, with our team tying each ribbon and adding your special note. Call us to create your own gift design and one of our little helpers will be happy to work with you.


Wicked Jacks Puts Homemade Taste in Country Living

This season, Wicked Jacks will be showcasing our delicious rum-soaked, bunt cakes at wonderful markets, fairs and seasonal shows around metro Atlanta. The first tasty festival was this past weekend, Oct. 24-26, at the Country Living Fair in Stone Mountain Park. This Harvest Market was presented by Country Living Magazine with 200 vendors from more than 29 states.

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Next on our schedule is The Atlanta Fall Immediate Delivery Show at the AmericasMart from Oct. 28-30. Then, throughout October and November, Wicked Jack’s Tavern will be traveling around Georgia to sell our delicious products.

See the full list of special stops by the Wicked Jacks team, Visit us to scope up holiday treats and gifts for family and friends!

So much Halloween candy…and so many cake decorating ideas!

Next Wednesday, Oct. 15 is National Cake Decorating Day. In honor of this all-important holiday, Wicked Jack’s Tavern wanted to give our loyal fans a few tips on how to make their sweet treats a little spooky for a Halloween party.

This time of year, candy seems to be pouring out of everywhere. There are bowls at the office and at home, and kiddie bags filled from trick-or-treating. Here are some great tips for how to put those mounds of candy to good use.

Start with one of Wicked Jack’s Taverns moist, vanilla, butter rum cake.

As a special treat, fill the center of the cake with Reese’s Pieces, M&M’s or Runts hard candies.

Cover the top with light brown chocolate icing. Then add a sprinkling of Oreo cookie crumbs and a few well-placed gummy worms.

Cover the entire cake with vanilla icing and decorate with candy corns, or crushed bits of Heath and Butterfinger candy bars.

Or stick black licorice twists around the outside of our chocolate rum mini cakes and place beady Red Hots cinnamon candy as eyes to make a scary spider.

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Wicked Jack’s Tavern Hits the Road

Throughout October and November, Wicked Jack’s Tavern will be traveling around Georgia to sell our delicious products at markets, fairs and seasonal shows. We will finish our travels in Miami, Florida. Read the long list of wonderful events taking place around metro Atlanta and come visit us to scope up some  holiday treats and gifts for family and friends!


Christmas Mistletoe Market

North Point Mall, Alpharetta, Georgia

October 24-26, 2014


Country Living Fair

Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta, Georgia

October 24-26, 2014


The Atlanta Fall Immediate Delivery Show

AmericasMart, Building 3, Atlanta, Georgia

October 28-30, 2014


Christmas Mistletoe Market

Cumberland Mall, Atlanta, Georgia

November 7-9, 2014


The Elegant Elf Marketplace

Lake Forest Elementary School, Sandy Springs, Georgia

November 15-16, 2014


32nd Annual Sprayberry High School PTSA Arts & Crafts Show

Marietta , Georgia

November 22- 23, 2014


The Miami Fine Wine & Spirits Festival

Peacock Park, Coconut Grove, Florida

November 22-23, 2014