Two years after Christopher Columbus first landed in what is now known as the Bahamas, he brought sugar to Jamaica.
This new crop resulted in a long and rich history for Jamaica’s favorite spirit. Jamaican rum is made with molasses, the thick, sticky liquid left over after the sugar-cane juice has been boiled and the sugar crystals removed.
Pot-still rums are the specialty of this island’s distillers and Jamaican rums are known for being bold, high-ester spirits with a notable fruity character.
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