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Woven from history

All This Rum! A New Tiki Bar Cocktail (Williams-Sonoma Taste)

This post comes to us courtesy of writer and mixologist Warren Bobrow.

Ever since I sat as a Rum Judge at the 2010 Ministry of Rum tasting competition in San Francisco, the whole direction of my spirits-writing career has changed. I used to only write about wine.

Then a flash went off: wine ...

This man, Warren Bobrow knows what he is talking about. Rum is a spirit woven from history. Flavors exist within rums that don’t reveal themselves in other lighter-coloured liquors. I’m a fan of rums aged in used wooden casks that formerly held bourbon or cognac. The caramelized notes of smoke, butter and bittersweet chocolate reveal…

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