Mainly concerning the Caribbean, West Indies, South America and the Indian Ocean countries Rum are characterised above all by their tropical climate favorable to the growth of sugar cane. Quality differences that may be encountered hardly result from differences between soils, but development methods that have evolved differently depending on the history and culture specific to each country, even each islands. These spirits in tubes rums contains between 38% to 41 Alc/Vol.
A traditional rum (distilled molasses-based and not based on sugar cane juice), Angostura 1919 is made from a blend of eaux-de-vie over 8 years old and aged in casks of bourbon. Marked by vanilla, caramel notes with salted butter and tropical fruit, this is a very soft and almost sweet rum. This rum in tube from Trinidad contains 40% Alc/Vol.
Assembly of rums aged 5 to 14 years with a solera aging method, the Guatemalan rum is spent in four different types of barrels: in American oak barrels heated and unheated, sherry casks and finally in port casks. Rum both sweet and woody with fruity always present and very varied. This rum in tube from Guatemala contains 40% Alc/Vol.
Arcane Extraroma rum is a rum from Mauritius island pure cane juice obtained from sugar cane (as agricultural method). The Arcane Extraroma rum is a high amber rum according to soléra method which reveals a mesmerizing aromas. This rum in tube contains 40% Alc/Vol. This rum in tube from Mauritius Island contains 41% Alc/Vol.
RON BARCELO IMPERIAL
The characteristic style of Barceló rums relies heavily on the assembly of different eaux-de-vie, a know-how based on decades of experience, including old rums aged 4 to 11 years in oak American barrels. The final key, specific to the Barceló house, is adding a little malaga before bottling. This rum in tube from the Dominican Republic contains 38% Alc/Vol.