Tia Maria is a liqueur made from Jamaican Rum, Blue Mountain coffee and vanilla. It contains 20 percent alcohol drinking and is next to the most famous Kahlua coffee liqueur. In Jamaica, its production has a more than 300 year old tradition. The name Tia Maria, which means as much as "Aunt Mary", this spirit was in the 18th century. One legend has it that a maid who saved with the name Maria this recipe during a colonial war before burning. In gratitude, the mistress named the recipe after the name of her maid. It was only in the 1940s, this family recipe was discovered by a scientist and Gourmet and then brought to the market. Manufacturers today is the Pernod Ricard. He is pure, drunk with milk or ice cream, as well as used as an ingredient in cocktails.