Rum was long a forgotten spirit, yet its influence on historical developments was significant. Not only pirates and smugglers lived on rum, but also artists, blend masters and barkeepers. Once regarded as a drink for the lower classes, in recent years it has been more widely accepted an popular. The cost of production from the cultivation of cane sugar to its processing into finished liquor is very high, but rum lovers around the world agree that it's worth it!
Our rum assortment regularly changes because we are always seeking new, unusual rum specialities for you. We have rum coming in from Cuba, Haiti, Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad, Fiji, Belize and more!