Rum is one of the most loved distilled beverage in the world. Rum is made from sugarcane byproducts or sugarcane juice by the process of fermentation and distillation. Then they obtained the liquid in oak barrels and aged. It’s totally weird how sugarcane can taste like Old Monk.
The Caribbean and Latin America is the majority rum production in the world. Rum also produced in some countries like Austria, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii, the Philippines, India, Reunion Island, Mauritius, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, the United States and Canada.
There are various grades in Rum and Rum produces in that grade. In cocktails they use Light rums, whereas “Golden” and “Dark” rums are used on the rocks, or used for cooking, but now commonly consumed with mixers. Some rums made to be consumed either straight or iced, known as Premium rums. Development of this fermented drink produced from sugarcane juice is believed to have first occurred in ancient India or China. Later it was spread in the world.
In some islands of the West Indies rum plays important part of the culture. Rum is also famous in Royal Navy, where they mixed water or beer. Rom also served as a medium of economic exchange in some countries.
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