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What’s Old is Amazing in Pusser’s Rum Gunpowder Proof
If Pusser's Gunpowder Proof is as true to its historical roots as they say, then I imagine those old British sailors were living pretty good... and dangerously.
Friday Happy Hour: Goldeneye, Blackwell Rum’s Signature Cocktail
The myriad of inventive drinks available for sampling at The Miami Rum Renaissance Festival are as much worth the price of admission as anything else here.
What To Expect At The 2016 Miami Rum Renaissance Festival
Bahamian Rum Comes of Age With Afrohead 7
As elsewhere in the West Indies, rum plays a prominent role in the history of The Bahamas. Mostly, though, that role hasn't been all that distinguished.
Miami Rum Renaissance Festival Grows Up
The Miami Rum Renaissance Festival is maturing nicely, much like a great rum evolves and assumes the distinctive character of the barrel in which she's aged.
Friday Happy Hour: Owney’s NYC, White Rum Worth Sipping
Proudly made in Brooklyn using genuine New York City tap water, Owney's is among the rare, yet growing number of white rums actually suitable for sipping.
Friday Happy Hour: Kate Perry’s Delectable Plantation Rumba Daiquiri
The best rums make the best rum cocktails, which is why you'll always want to have some Plantation Rum on-hand.
Friday Happy Hour: Introducing Tiburón Rum, The Bold New Taste of Belize
I've yet to visit Belize, a hole in my Caribbean travel game that her rums have done precious little to entice me to fill... until now, thanks to Tiburón Rum.
Taste of the Caribbean: The Rum Chef’s Salted Cod Fish Cakes
Rare rums and cocktails may be the two biggest draws at the annual Miami RumFest, but rum cuisine is coming on strong thanks to Paul Yellin, aka: The Rum Chef.