Distilled from sugarcane or molasses, rum is a sweet spirit and often mixed with different spices and fruit flavors. If aged in wood barrels, the rum takes on a darker color. Enjoy in classic cocktails like the Daiquiri or Mojito, or sip aged rums neat.

Spanish Style Rum

Spanish style rum, also called “Ron,” is produced in countries such as Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Dominican Republic, to name a few. Spanish rums are typically made from molasses and characterized by a lighter, buttery, sweet flavor profile.

English Style Rum

English Style Rum is produced in countries such as Jamaica, Barbados, and Trinidad & Tobago, to name a few. English rums are typically made from molasses and characterized by a heavier, sharp, spicy and robust flavor profile.

French Style Rum