Rum from Martinique
Seafarer Christopher Columbus discovered the island in 1502. Picturesquely beautiful and rich in contrast, Martinique - which belongs to the Lesser Antilles - also has a lot to offer in Puncto Rum.
From 1700 the cultivation of sugar cane increased continuously and the sugar molasses was even smuggled into Europe. The French island can show with its special kind of rum production - directly from sugar cane juice.
Customers can see this at first glance, because the end product is called "rhum" to make the difference immediately apparent. Otherwise it is common to use sugar cane molasses as a base material.
Characteristic for the rum from Martinique is the light fruitiness, without the usual sweetness of molasses rum.
From Clement La Mauny, Rhum J. M to Saint James Rhum - these and many other rum varieties can be found on EXPERT24.
*regular prices = former selling prices