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More good booze from Tales: Amaro di Angostura

More good booze from Tales: Amaro di Angostura

One event at this year’s Tales of the Cocktail promised something new from Angostura — it wasn’t going to be a new bitters, nor was it to be a new rum, they promised. And what they unveiled surprised more than a few people. It’s a brand new amaro, called Amaro di Angostura. It’s a release […]

Take a look at the rookies guide to rum

Take a look at the rookies guide to rum

History Rum has a long, long history. Sugar cane was brought to the Caribbean by Columbus and others in the 1500s, and it didn’t take long before they began to distill the fermenting leftovers of the sugar making process: molasses. You’ll find rum wherever sugar cane is grown throughout the world. Production There are two […]

How much do you know about spiced rum? We asked rum lord Tom Bulmer

How much do you know about spiced rum? We asked rum lord Tom Bulmer

“It was quickly realised that alcohol was a preservative for spices, fruits, even humans such is the tale of the most famous ‘spiced’ rum of Nelson’s blood.”

Check out this top notch Philippines rum, Don Papa

Check out this top notch Philippines rum, Don Papa

This distinctive rum from the Philippines is one you’ll remember and is now available through icon Beverages

Caribbean drinks — it’s all about the rum…

Caribbean drinks — it’s all about the rum…

The Caribbean: we often talk about the Caribbean in passing when we’re talking about rum and rum drinks. But how much do we really know about these places? We’ve put together a couple of snaps, a few stats and more importantly, a few drinks that you might see at each of the following stops in the Caribbean.

The story behind 4 of tiki’s lesser known drinks

The story behind 4 of tiki’s lesser known drinks

Name a spirit that evokes escape better than rum. No? Nothing? Didn’t think so. The picture of rum and sun and ‘somewhere you’d rather be’ are central to so many recipes that bartenders reach for when they reach for the rum…

The rum explosion continues at Chimmi’s Rum Cantina

The rum explosion continues at Chimmi’s Rum Cantina

The latest in a rash of rum bars to open, and below the tequila joint du jour El Topo, comes this footloose and fancy-free joint, Chimmi’s. What’s on the menu? Rum, rum, and oh, more rum?

Sugarcane Sunday comes to Sydney Bar Week — there’s more than 100 rums coming

Sugarcane Sunday comes to Sydney Bar Week — there’s more than 100 rums coming

There’s just 18 days to go til Sydney Bar Week 2013 kicks off. With that and this bout of warmer weather in mind, we got to thinking about rum — lots of rum. Because on Sunday the 22nd of September the rum-market paradise of Sugarcane Sunday returns.

Is 2013 the year of the rum bar? The Rum Diary Bar just might think so…

Is 2013 the year of the rum bar? The Rum Diary Bar just might think so…

It must be a pretty good time to be a rum importer right now — one might even go as far as saying that 2013 turned out to be the year of the rum bar. And back in February (and also in Fitzroy) came this cracking new rum joint, The Rum Diary Bar.

A rum bar for The Bearded: Fitzroy’s Los Barbudos

A rum bar for The Bearded: Fitzroy’s Los Barbudos

It looks like this is the month when the rum switch got flicked! From the team that brought you such bars as Lily Blacks and Mr Wow’s Emporium (see our December issue on that), comes a new bar that draws on all things Cuba, Los Barbudos…