This is a variant of my Grandma Rita’s special Bahamain Guava Duff. As a child when I spent my summers with my grandma, when she made Guava Duff; it was like a religious ceremony and brain surgery rolled up into one. However; what made her True Guava Duff so potently delicious was that it was an adult recipe; however she would reserve some of the creamy sauce especially for me in a virgin style; of course I was no more than 9 years old and the real kick in Grandma’s Guava Duff was her spiked creamy sauce that went over each slice of the duff, the spiked came from a delicate mixture of cognac and very old brandy and Scotch whiskey.
Below is my very own special variant of my Grandma’s Guava Duff, specially named “KOQULEI DUFF & SAUCE”; and here it is straight from the Cook Book - Title: Caribbean Cuisine with Charles Coakley. "The Sweet Smell of What's Cooking". (ISBN#: 978-1-105-2500-7 90000) with permission to publish.