Pumpkins, hay rides, and little ghouls and goblins abound as the heat of summer gives way to the chill of fall. What better way to celebrate this season of plenty than with a spiked seasonal drink?
Hot apple cider is the natural choice for the season. The United States alone produces 240 million bushels of apples each year,
Rum. Just say the word and it conjures fantastic images: Ernest Hemingway drinking in Cuba. Hunter S. Thompson sipping the colorless spirit straight as he wrote The Rum Diary in Puerto Rico. And, of course, pirates of folklore drunkenly sailing the Caribbean.
But does anyone know the history? Where did rum originate? And how did it become associated with beach bums, Jimmy Buffett fans,
Unlike National Bourbon Heritage Month, there’s no congressional decree that makes September 20th Rum Punch Day. The specific history of the holiday is a little thin. It just appeared in a world that needed it.
Why do we need a Rum Punch Day? Because rum punch belongs in a broader taxonomy of Tiki c
No matter the season, there’s always room for rum. Make rum punch in summer. Serve it hot and buttered in winter. And sip it straight anytime! Sugar cane has never been put to greater use, in our humble opinion.
Rum is crafted from a distillate of fermented sugar cane juice, syrup, or molasses. Originally hailing from the Caribbean islands, you’ll find it largely still produced there. But the
Hunting for the best value rum? Maybe you’re hosting a party soon. Or perhaps you just want to scoop up a bottle for sipping. Either way, you want to walk away from the experience with a happy wallet. We get it. Today, we’ll present you with four inexpensive picks that are great for drinking neat or mixing in a cocktail!
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Are you ready to hunt the hottest and best rum for the money? We know we are. Happy National Rum Day to you, and welcome to the tasty party! Today, we’ll serve up a few rum options for your birthday events, family gatherings, and holiday celebrations. It’s never too early to start planning a successful drinking experience. But let’s be clear: these bottles will be awesome for those spontaneous needs
Ever asked yourself: How is rum made? Join us today. We’ll journey into the realms of rum and how it makes its beautiful, delicious way into our glasses. We’ll go from basic definition to production to maturity and so much more. It’s definitely worth learning about. Stick around and uncover the details right here.
Today, we’re tackling the best rum to drink straight. Okay, y’all, it’s Liquor 101. Of course, we love this spirit in daiquiris, mojitos, Mai Tais, Piña Coladas, Long Island Iced Teas, and many other cocktails and punches. But what if we want to enjoy it straight? Where do we turn? Is that even a thing? Look no further.
Cooler weather got you in the mood for some island vibes? Check out our pro recommendations for different types of rum. Whether you’re on Team Mojito or Team Mai Tai, we think you’ll enjoy getting to know a little more about this delicious, versatile spirit.
Say hello to our rum enthusiast, bartender and mixologist Giulio @giulio_bartender_n.3
The intricate practice of creating fermented beverages started around 10,000 BC. Since then, the human race has distilled (pun intended) and perfected the process of how liquor is made. This tradition of fermentation and distillation has given birth to a number of different spirits throughout the years such as whiskey, rum, vodka, tequila, and gin to name a few.
Even though many of us enjoy