Rum is the world’s most common spirit and is made of molasses, which is a by-product in sugar cane production.
Molasses contains a lot of sugar, making it possible to ferment into an alcoholic beverage. The fermentation is an important part of the production of rum and has a major impact on the end result. A very important part of the production of rum is the actual blend. The unique taste comes from the blend and both young rum and rum aged for many years in used bourbon barrels is used. It’s the house’s so-called Master Ronero who decides the style. The product found a major impact as a cocktail ingredient, but today, the beverage has entered the finer rooms and many enjoy a sip of aged rum after their meal.