Rum

Rum is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the fermentation of molasses and other derivatives of sugar production, in addition to fermented cane juice and subsequent distillation. Rum is a secular drink with refined characteristics and a mild aroma.
The drink began appearing in the seventeenth century, when it was released as a powerful medicine ...

Rum is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the fermentation of molasses and other derivatives of sugar production, in addition to fermented cane juice and subsequent distillation. Rum is a secular drink with refined characteristics and a mild aroma.
The drink began appearing in the seventeenth century, when it was released as a powerful medicine capable even of "exorcizing the demons of the body". It is also said that its high alcohol content (from 40 to 55 ° GL) made it famous among pirates since the 17th century, encouraging them before the fighting. It served as the currency of exchange for African slaves.
The distillation can be done in still or distillation column. In both, the result is a crystal drink. As for the golden color found in some types of the drink, it is due to aging in oak barrels or the addition of caramel colorings. The aged are much more expensive and, due to their peculiar and characteristic flavor, should be consumed pure or with ice.

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  • Cuba

    Light rum, with an alcohol content of 40 ° GL, may be transparent (for cocktails) or gilded. The most famous brand of this type of Rum is the Havana Club (owned by the Cuban State), this brand appeared through Bacardi when it was privatized to the US. For this reason, Bacardi is an American brand and is often mistakenly considered a Cuban brand.

  • Jamaica

    The strongest of all types of rum. It has a content of almost 75 ° GL, and is generally exported to England, where it is aged in oak barrels for many years.

  • Martinica

    Rum can be considered a symbol of the island. Martinique produces Rhum Agricole, derived from the distilling of raw sugar, pure and unprocessed.This technique differs greatly from the those more commonly used throughout the world often referred to as “industrial rum” due to their use of the molasses derived as a byproduct from the processing of sugar.

  • Barbados

    Rum was produced in Barbados for over 350 years and Barbados rum is recognized as one of the best (and strongest) in today's world.
    Excellent quality, is light and has a sharp taste.

  • Porto Rico

    Puerto Rico, in addition to being full of forts and biocuriosities, is also known as the "rum capital of the world", a well-known title within the tourism industry.
    Where is the largest and most famous rum factory on the planet, Bacardi. And there's a tour to visit such a factory - it's one of the most popular tours on the island.

  • Indonésia

    Aromatic Rum: besides cane molasses, it contains berries of red rice. Produced mainly in Indonesia, it is taken to Holland and Sweden to be bottled and used in the manufacture of punch.

  • Dominican Republic
  • Japan
  • USA
  • France
  • Panama
  • Venezuela
  • Caribe
  • Guatemala
  • Nicarágua
  • Thailand
  • Portugal
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