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Rum Cake Lounge's Vanilla Bean Gourmet Gluten-Free Rum Cake

This delicious cake gets its moistness from by having just the right amount of sweet butter, cream and milk mixed with pure vanilla beans and extract. The rum flavoring is noticeable, but not overpowering. The cakes are just the right size and make the perfect end to any meal.

Rum Cake Lounge's Vanilla Bean Gourmet Gluten-Free Rum CakeEach package contains 6 two ounce servings and are vacuum packed for optimum freshness—­no refrigeration required. If you haven't had any gluten-free rum cake lately, we definitely recommend you give these a try.

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