Join us in celebrating the sweet, irresistible taste of rum during National Rum Week running from
August 15th to 21st
Since the days of Christopher Columbus, the world has been in the throes of a love affair with rum thanks to one simple plant: sugar cane.
The sweet juices from sugar cane are turned into molasses, which is fermented and distilled into rum, and ready to be aged.
Whether you like light, amber, or dark rum, you can thank the ageing process for giving you such beautiful options.
The variations on rum today are vast, but one thing is certain, rum has always been and continues to be one of the world's most beloved spirits. Appreciated equally on land and on sea, rum has a special connection to the navy. Click here for a quick rum history on the high tides from a true rum-loving bartender.
Renowned for many famous cocktails including Daiquiris, Pina Coladas, and the Nica Libre, rum-lovers know, you don't have to live on the beach to enjoy a tropical treasure.