Many Americans get their introduction to rum through beachside, fruit cocktails, Tiki drinks or drowned in cola. However, a wealth of rums that are worthy of sipping neat or on the rocks are now being made all over the world. Throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America, even the United States and some distant places on the other side of the globe, rums are emerging that are accessible to drinkers of wine, whiskey and brandy. Learn more about the process and get a list of recommended rums to try today.
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