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Need a care package for a college student? We can help with that!

Is your niece, nephew, grandchild or first-born heading back to college this month? Returning to school after summer vacation can be tough, but Wicked Jack’s Tavern is here to ease the transition!

Want to score brownie (or rum cake) points by being a college student’s favorite uncle or grandpa? Send your deserving age-appropriate scholar a 33-ounce chocolate rum bunt cake—enough to share with friends.

And, our treats are wicked travelers. We seal each delicacy to hold in every ounce of moisture possible. This means our cakes stay fresher, longer, even when traveling hundreds of miles over a few days.

Our cakes are a delicious treat to start off a senior year, or for a graduate student returning to school. But, don’t worry. We have those underclassman covered as well, with Wicked Jack’s Tavern coffee and biscotti.

Going off to College

Wicked Spiced Ice Tea

Wicked Jack’s rum cakes are so moist, you might think it’s not necessary to accompany one with a satisfying drink. However, indulging in a refreshing rum cocktail (with a slice of any Wicked Jack’s rum cake) will make dessert time a real treat!

Try pairing Ol’ Gran’s Home-style Caramel Cake with our delicious Wicked Spiced Ice Tea recipe.

Spiked Ice Tea


2 oz dark Jamaican rum
6 oz ice tea
1 pinch of cinnamon
1 pinch of nutmeg



Pour 2 oz. of dark rum into a large glass. Add 6 oz. of ice tea. If the drink is too strong, add ice to make it on the rocks.



Kick Back and Relax with Rum Cake on National Lazy Day!

You are probably not shocked to learn that the origin and founder of National Lazy Day has not been found. Yet, National Lazy Day is still quietly and calmly celebrated each year on August 10.

Because it should be the laziest of lazy days, Wicked Jack’s Tavern offers a list for making the most (or the least) out of every moment.

1. Open one of the three flavors in a Wicked Jack’s Tavern Plunder variety pack.

2. Place a 4-ounce rum cake on a single plate with a single fork.

3. Relax on lounge chair or hammock in a shady place.

4. Repeat all day long.

National Lazy Day

You Have Raspberry Cream Pie All Over Your Face

This past Saturday marked National Raspberry Cream Pie Day. But who needs pie when you can have a rum cake parfait!

At Wicked Jack’s Tavern, we know the end of summer is a great excuse to host a backyard cookout or whip up something decadent for a family picnic.

Only five ingredients are needed for our refreshing, summertime Lemon-Raspberry Rum Parfait.


Lemon-Raspberry Rum Parfait

Wicked Jack’s Tavern Butter Rum Cake (crumbled)
Raspberries or raspberry jam
Lemon-flavored ice cream
Whipped cream
Lemon zest

Simply layer the crumbled butter rum cake, raspberry jam or raspberries and lemon-flavored ice cream. Top with whipped cream and lemon zest to make this dessert zing!



Celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day with Rum Cake Truffles!

Is there any better way to celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day than eating our rich Chocolate Rum cake, made with milk chocolate chips and soaked in the finest Jamaican rum? How about that rum cake turned into truffles?

rum balls

Wicked Rich Rum Cake Truffles

These delectable rum cake truffles will be great at your National Milk Chocolate Day party!

1 Wicked Jack’s Tavern rum cake
1 ½ cups bittersweet chocolate chips
2 teaspoons coconut oil or vegetable shortening
¼ cup walnuts (optional)



1. Place chunks of rum cake and walnuts (optional) into a food processor and process for 2 to 3 minutes, or until a smooth and sticky batter forms.
2. Taking about 2 tablespoons at a time, shape the dough into round balls and place on a wax paper-lined baking sheet. Repeat until out of batter.
3. In a microwavable safe bowl, melt the chocolate chips in 30-second intervals stirring each time. Repeat until smooth. Stir in the coconut oil or shortening to thin the chocolate.
4. Dip each ball into the chocolate coating it completely. Transfer onto wax paper-lined baking sheet.
5. Place the chocolate-coated balls in the refrigerator to set. Once set, place the finished product in small cupcake cups and serve.

Stay Cool With These Cake Pairings

Wicked Jack’s Tavern Rum Cakes already have the perfect amount of moistness and sweetness from being soaked in the finest of Jamaican rum. But for National Ice Cream Day, there is always room to improve upon perfection…if there is room on your plate!

ice cream

Try these combinations that pair our distinct cakes with traditional ice cream flavors:

Old-fashioned butter pecan ice cream will compliment our delicious Caramel Rum Cake, which is already topped with a sweet and creamy caramel rum sauce.

Cherries Jubilee ice cream will bring out the flavor of our Red Velvet Rum Cake coated with a delicious Jamaican rum glaze.

Coffee flavored ice cream pairs nicely with our Butter Rum Cake.

Vanilla bean ice cream is a great compliment to our The Butter Rum Raisin Cake, which contains raisins soaked in spices and fine Jamaican rum with a hint of eggnog.

Our Jamaican Rum Cakes Commandeered for French Toast

Here is a sweet recipe that is sure to turn your boring breakfast into something wicked! Enjoy our Wicked Jack’s French Toast!

French toast

1 sliced Wicked Jack’s Butter Rum Cake
2 beaten eggs
1/4 cup milk
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp sugar
2 tbsp butter or margarine
Add 1/4 tsp of Aroma Ridge coffee grounds for that extra boost and rich flavor!


1. Beat eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, sugar, and coffee grounds in a small bowl.
2. Heat a flat pan on medium heat.
3. Slice the rum cake into 1/2-3/4 inch thick slices and soak each slice in the wet mixture.
4. Place butter in heated pan and let it melt.
5. Place soaked rum cake slices in pan and sear for about 3 to 5 minutes on each side.
6. Serve with syrup or powdered sugar.

This Patriot Can Pack a Mean Rum Punch

Brighten up your Fourth of July celebration with RUM! This Red Rum Punch and a Wicked Jack’s Rum Cake are sure to be a hit at your Independence Day barbeque!

party punch

1 cup fresh lime juice
2 cups grenadine syrup
2 cups Jamaican white rum
1 cup of light rum
2 cups fresh pineapple juice
2 cups fresh orange juice
Pinch freshly grated nutmeg (optional)
Orange slices, for garnish
Pineapple slices, for garnish


Mix all ingredients together in a pitcher or punch bowl. Chill in the refrigerator for at least an hour before serving. Garnish with orange and pineapple slices.

A Treasure Soaked in Rum, Covered in Caramel

Have you heard the news spreading across the high seas? Wicked Jack’s makes a delicious caramel-coated rum cake. These cakes are individually soaked in the finest Jamaican rum and topped with a sweet and creamy caramel rum sauce.

See what our Buccaneers (argh…customers) have to say about our caramel rum cakes:

“The cake is moist and sweet, but not overly sweet. The sauce is full of rum. Nice product!”

“The cake was surprisingly moist, and the caramel rum sauce was very sweet, but not too overpowering. We’ll definitely be buying this product again.”

“It was delicious. My husband and I enjoyed it so much; we are ordering more for Christmas!”


Caramel Highlight

It’s Time to Splurge!

Life is good, and some days, it can be GREAT! In fact, that day is today: National Splurge Day. A day to spend treating yourself, especially with a Wicked Jack’s True Jamaican Rum Cake.

Enjoy 4, 20 or even 33 ounces of run cake. Whether you crave the sweet taste of red velvet or you long for the classic flavor of butter rum, Wicked Jack’s Tavern has a cake for you.

Look at our selection of rum cakes in the Aroma Ridge web store or on

Splurge Day