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Habitation Velier tagline the “House of Pure Single Rums” is part of the ongoing Gargano classification system.
Proposed a couple of years ago, Luca Gargano of Velier hopes to introduce a system of classifying rum, which will be embraced and used across the industry.
For more information on the system please see the following link which will give you more information.
Another independent bottling from Kill Devil. This time we are taking a trip to Trinidad. This rum is one of the first releases by Kill Devil to be released at Cask Strength.
As the rum is bottled at Cask Strength the packaging has been tweaked slightly. The lozenge label on the tube and on the bottle are red/purple in colour rather than gold as on the 46% ABV rums.
Santa Teresa Linaje was released back in 2012. Whether it was a worldwide release or not I’m not entirely sure.
Santa Teresa are the oldest producers of rum in Venezuela. An independent family group employing over 400 people. Santa Teresa is renowned for its community investment, including the Alcatraz project, the Revenga municipal projects of Aragua State, location of the Agroindustrial tourist and sports complex at Hacienda Santa Teresa.
Rum Nation are an Italian Independent bottler headed up by Fabio Rossi. It was formed in 1999 and has the tagline Single Domaine Rum.
In keeping with many Independent bottlers Rum Nation do not give specific information on the distillery and or still. In most instances you just get the country of origin.
A 2001 single vintage from Diplomatico who should need little or no introduction. Their Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva is regularly cited as one of the worlds greatest rums. For many rum lovers their rums are staples in their rum cabinets.
Venezuela, has from has its own economic problems but the countries rums are globally recognised. Brands such as Pampero are owned by Diageo.
Ron de Jeremy Reserva is the flagship rum of One Eyed Spirit’s Ron de Jeremy portfolio. It has been widely available for a number of years. It’s success is down to a mixture of clever (if slightly smutty) marketing and a respectable product.
For those who don’t know, Ron Jeremy is an adult film star – the hardest working man on the planet. As a result the marketing of this rum is full of puns and double entendres. The name of the rum is a play on the Spanish word for rum – “ron”. No matter what you might think about marketing a rum with a short, fat ugly pornstar as its figurehead. It certainly seems to be working!
Santiago de Cuba is a Cuban rum brand named after the city of Santiago. A green mountain range named “Sierra Maestra”, the golden sun and the Caribbean Sea characterise the landscape around the city of Santiago. The landscape can be found in the brands logo.
The Cuban rum distilleries came into existence in the middle of the 19th century. One of the largest distilleries is located in Santiago de Cuba. The secrets of producing rum are passed on from generation to generation through the “Maestros Roneros”.
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