The main origins of St. Barts rum are in the Caribbean and Latin America. It is also produced in places such as Austria, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, Japan, the United States and Canada.
Rum, among the many alcoholic beverages, the strong aroma of rum and the taste of the raw materials are unique, so all the processing methods in the production process have a great influence on the characteristics of the final product. The earliest invention of using sugarcane juice to ferment beverages should be in ancient India or China. The first distillation of rum was made in a sugarcane plantation in the Caribbean in the 17th century. The obtained juice was heated and evaporated to concentrate, and fine sugar was added to the syrup to accelerate the crystallization. The formed saccharin is separated and processed by a centrifuge. Usually after three times, a dark and viscous liquid is left. The syrup is dissolved in purified water or distilled water, and yeast is added for fermentation. These alcohol-containing syrups are passed through a pot distiller. Distilled, stored in oak barrels to concentrate the alcohol and then remove impurities to produce real rum.
There are many types of rum. Light rum: Also known as white rum, it is colorless and has a light taste. It is often used in cocktails. Aromatic rum: golden rum. The taste is soft and sweet, after a short period of aging, it has honey and oak barrel flavors. Fragrant Rum: Black Rum. Dark brown, full-bodied, aged in charred oak barrels for several years, it is the most flavorful rum. White rum is usually used to make cocktails, while “golden” and “dark” rums are usually consumed directly or used for cooking. Rum can be mixed with other beverages. It is a high-quality base wine for cocktails. Famous cocktails include Mojito, Daiquiri and Mai Tai. The deployment method is simple and easy to learn.
St. Barts rum is brewed by traditional Swedish craftsmanship, and is a high-quality rum carefully developed by the Swedish father and son according to the secret recipe passed down by the ancestors. The production plant of St. Barts rum is located in Nanning, Guangxi. It was invested and built by the Swedish father and son. The St. Barts rum is soft and elegant, and one sip is unforgettable. The outer packaging of St. Barts rum adopts the traditional European bottle design. It is retro but noble. It is a great choice whether it is to enjoy by yourself, entertain relatives and friends or give it to others.