Famously associated with the Royal Navy where tots of rum were given to sailors on a daily ration (and mixed with water or beer to make Grog), Pirates (who called it ‘Bumbo’) and as a form of currency in organised crime and military insurgency.

Rum is also forever associated with the Caribbean where the major brand names will be recognised – however not the largest production.

Rum comes in many styles which depend on it’s geographic location and production methods.

Defined in styles such as British, French and Spanish or as white, golden or dark. It can feel like a bit of a minefield, but don’t be put off. There are some fantastic rums to explore.

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