Rum is a type of spirit that is made from sugarcane, either molasses or sugarcane juice, and typically aged in oak barrels. It is produced in various countries around the world, including the Caribbean, Central and South America, and the Philippines.

Each month, you'll get to try a different type of rum, from smooth and refined Caribbean rums to rich and complex South American rums. You'll also learn about the unique flavors and aromas of each rum, and how to best enjoy them.

Rum has a rich and complex flavor profile, with notes of vanilla, oak, and caramel, as well as hints of fruit, spice, and honey. The flavor of rum can vary depending on the type of sugarcane used, the production process, and the aging process. Our tasting notes will provide you with all the information you need to fully appreciate the nuances of each rum, from the type of sugarcane used to the aging process and the specific flavors and aromas to expect. And with the included cocktail recipe, you'll be able to enjoy your rum in the most delicious and creative ways possible.

Overall, rum is a flavorful and distinct spirit with a rich history and tradition. It is a beloved drink that is enjoyed by spirit aficionados and cocktail enthusiasts alike.