Colombia rum

Colombia is recognized for the quality but also the quantity of the rums it produces and which have earned it numerous awards in international competitions. Colombia produces white rums but also old rums qualified as "anejo" or "viejo" depending on their ageing period.
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Colombian rum and Spanish colonization are closely linked. It was the Spanish who introduced sugarcane to Colombia. They discovered that the climate was perfect for this crop. Sugar cane quickly became a major economic activity. It was at this point that rum began to develop.

The distilleries use traditional know-how handed down from generation to generation. As a result, each Colombian rum offers an unforgettable taste journey, whether enjoyed neat or in a cocktail. There's sure to be one to suit you, from light and lively white rums to aged rums in oak barrels, spiced rums and flavored rums. They all have unique fruity, floral, vanilla, caramel and chocolate flavors.

The best Colombian rums

Dictador: In 1751, Severo Arango y Ferro landed in the Colombian port city of Cartagena de Indias to develop trade. A man of power, he was quickly dubbed the Dictador. In 1913, Don Angel Nùnèz decided to set up his business and found his own distillery, Destilleria Colombiana. For 40 years, he produced and distributed his wines and spirits locally.

La Hechicera: In the heart of Colombia, nestled between the Magdalena River and the Caribbean Sea, the small Casa Santana bodega has been blending the finest La Hechicera rum for over twenty years. Master Blender Giraldo Mituoka Kagana's experience in this lively city, rich in exotic flavours, has given rise to this artisanal know-how. The result is a rum of great finesse, rich in flavors that convey the biodiversity and beauty of the country.

Coloma: The history of the Constain family, producers of Ron Coloma, is intimately linked to the history of Hacienda Coloma, the house built in the heart of Colombia. In 1959, the Colombian government prohibited the distillation of alcohol and the production of rum. But, passionate about spirits, owner Don Alberto promised himself that one day he would make rum, distilled from the finest cane juice and aged at Hacienda Coloma.

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