The bumbu rum is normally distilled and aged on the island of Barbados in the West Indies Rum Distillery. Distillery using cane obtained from the Caribbean and South America uses yeast strains from pre-1840 during fermentation and their continuous column stills for distillation.
The age of rum in a once used bourbon barrel was up to 15 years. Then the rums are mixed with natural flavors before bottling.
How Is Bumbu Rum Made?
Barbados- Rich and intricate aroma of Madagascar vanilla, soft caramel and toasted oak. The notes of cinnamon, roasted nuts and allspice are perfectly mixed to get a light sweetness and a light, smooth finish in the bumbu. All natural crafts rum up to the age of 15 years in small batches.
How To Drink?
The D6 cocktail is a modern look on the classic Mai Tai, with a beautiful dark red color, with the right amount of sweetness and fizz.
- Rum spice.
- Pineapple juice.
- Pomegranate juice.
- Lemon juice.
Mix all the ingredients in one shake in the following ratio:
- 60 ml of bumbu rum.
- 30 ml of pineapple juice.
- Pomegranate juice 30 ml.
- 15 ml fresh lemon juice.
- Stir the mixture well.
- Top with ginger.
- Garnish with pomegranate seeds as desired.
How Strong Is Bumbu Rum?
It is the distilled at the West Indies Rum Distillery in Barbados. Rum is aged in the first-time filling bourbon pipe with the oldest spirit of 15 years of age. It is bottled at 35% ABV. Rum that is fragrant with a variety of spices, natural or artificial.
Who Owns Bumbu Rum?
The bumbu rum company is owned by Brett and Brian Berish of Sovereign Brands, the manufacturer of Luc Belaire sparkling wines, and McQueen and Violet Fog, a new Brazilian gin. Sovereign Brands is a family-owned, international wine and spirits company headquartered in New York.
Is Bumbu Rum Worth It?
Based on votes on an average the rating is 8.7/10.+
The average price of 750ml is 38$.
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