Fine rums are more than a match for Cognac and whisky when it comes to interest. The ‘new wave’ rums have a much greater sense of place and are more individual in style than in days of yore. There are two distinct styles: the first, Rhum Agricole, is made from distilling fresh cane juice and is more typical of the French islands, both Bally and Rhum Depaz from Martinique are excellent examples. The alternative style is made from molasses such as those from Doorly’s in Barbados, or Mezan from Jamaica. Both styles offer complexity and richness as well as a change from the norm whilst retaining their unique identities.

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