Tomorrow August 16 is National Rum Day, so what better way to celebrate than to sip a little Mount Gay, the first commercially produced rum per the company , continually produced since though the bottles say This is a sophisticated white rum 80 proof , rich and woody, with lime and other citrus. The Silver shines in cocktails. Mojitos and simple mixed drinks were exceptional.
Review: Mount Gay Eclipse Silver, Eclipse Gold, and Extra Old Rum (2008)
Mount Gay Extra Old Rum ml - Crown Wine & Spirits
Rum is inexorably bound up in the history of the Caribbean and North America. From the midth century through the early 19th century it was at the center of a complex web of trade that transformed the culture, ethnicity and economy of the West Indies and also had a profound impact on the economic development of eastern North America. Caribbean salt flowed north to the cod fisheries of New England and Newfoundland's Grand Banks where it was used in prodigious quantities to preserve the cod harvest. Cod was both the single largest, new source of animal protein in the 17th and 18th centuries as well as the least expensive.
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The Essentials of Mount Gay Barbados Rum
The classic drink is one of the earliest known cocktails, with written references dating to at least the 17th century. Traditionally featuring a spirit, citrus, spice, sugar and water, punch offers the creative drinker a wide berth for experimentation. This single-serving Rum Punch begins with two types of rum, a smart and easy way to add depth and complexity to a cocktail. From there, pineapple and grenadine lend sweetness, orange juice brightens everything and a touch of lime cuts through the tropical sweetness. About that grenadine: Most store-bought versions are bright red, overly sweet and laced with artificial ingredients.
The finishing period in deeply charred bourbon casks will be extended to six months, greatly lengthened from the previous four week finishing period. Sounds good, but how do the new bottlings fare? The nose is rich and woody, with notes of molasses, vanilla, and chimney soot in the mix. As with the original I get that flambeed banana, infused with dense vanilla extract and a touch of cocoa powder. Slightly winey on the finish.