How to Make a Rum Horchata Drink

The Horchata is the name of several kinds of traditional beverages that are made from using ground almonds, barley, rice, sesame seeds, or tigernuts.  The Horchata Liqueur is a creamy liqueur that has been enjoyed in Spain, Latin America, and even Ancient Egypt.  The Maya Horchata is made with rum from the birthplace of rum, Barbados.  It is added with diary cream, some cinnamon, vanilla splash, and some secret ingredients.

Maya Horchata is much better than Irish Cream as it has a touch of fresh cream, cinnamon, and nutmeg.  People love taking shots of Maya Horchata.  Some have it after dinner and some love having it with friends.  It is a liqueur that is enjoyed by both male and female. Even those who are not fond of spirits will love the taste of Maya Horchata’s creaminess.

The creamy Maya Horchata can be enjoyed straight up, on the rocks, or it can be used as an ingredient for cocktails.  It can be used for the Cinnamon Toast Shot or the Cinnamon Bun Shot.  Although May Horchata is not as versatile as other types of liqueur, it does taste very heavenly with these two drinks.  When you experienced these two shots, you will find it difficult deciding which will be your favorite shot among the two.  Try it yourself and see if you can make a decision, also please visit to learn more on how to make a rum horchata drink along with your favorite alcohol compliment.

What you need for the Cinnamon Toast Shot:

¾ oz. Maya Horchata
¼ oz. Cinnamon Schnapps

To make the cinnamon toast shot, get a cocktail shaker and add some ice into it.  Then add your ¾ ounces of Maya Horchata and your ¼ ounce of cinnamon schnapps into it.  Shake the contents vigorously, strain it into a glass.  Sit back, relax, and enjoy your cinnamon toast shooter.

What you need for the Cinnamon Bun Shot:

1 oz. Maya Horchata
1/3 oz. Spiced Rum

To make the cinnamon bun shot, get a cocktail shaker and add some ice into it.  Then add your 1 ounce of Maya Horchat and Your 1/3 ounce of spiced rum.  Shake the contents vigorously, strain it into a glass.  Sit back, relax, and enjoy your cinnamon bun shooter.

McG’s Taplist For St. Patrick’s Day 2010

corned-beef-150x150Happy St. Patrick’s Day!   We are opening our doors at 9am today.

Stop by for our delicious corned beef and cabbage, or drop in for a pint.  As always, we’re open til 2am.

Get here early to avoid the rush

If you haven’t been in recently, our draft system has been fully overhauled, and the beer lineup is looking great.  Here is our updated list of beers on draft for Wednesday, March 17th:

Murphy’s Red
Leffe Blonde
Boont Amber
Victory Yakima Twilight
Allagash White
Lost Abbey Judgment Day
Lindeman Framboise
Abita Andy Gator
Moose Drool Brown Ale
Unibroue Maudite

st-patricks-300x300Firestone Pale Ale
Lost Coast Fog Cutter
Allagash Curieux
Flying Dog Double Dog
Acme Pale Ale
Bud Light
Woodchuck Pear Cider
Green Flash West Coast IPA
Green Flash Le Freak
Rogue Chocolate Stout
Scrimshaw Pils
Delirium Tremens
Stone IPA
Kasteel Rouge
Napa Smith Wheat
Weihenstephen Hefeweizen
Weihenstephen Lager
Old Speckled Hen
Union Jack IPA
Old Rasputin Imperial Stout
London Pride

Coming Soon:
Arrogant Bastard
Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
Eagle Rock Solidarity Mild
Eagle Rock Revolution XPA
Firestone Double Barrel Ale
St. Louis Framboise

Welcome To McG’s New Website

Welcome to McG’s Pub and Grill. We are located in Chatsworth, California, on Devonshire, near Canoga. We are open every day from 11am to 2am.

Thanks for visiting, and we hope to see you around the pub soon.

Rubicon IPA Is Back On Tap


Generous portions of Cascade and Chinook hops are added throughout the brewing process to create Rubicon’s Flagship Ale. Golden in color with an assertive hop bitterness. This beer won gold medals at the Great American Beer Festival. A true American Classic.

McG’s Irish Pub & Grill

21356 Devonshire St
Chatsworth, CA
(SE Corner of Canoga)
Phone: (818) 734-7056
Fax: (818) 734-7044

Open Daily 11am - 2am


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