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  • 1. RumRum Rum is an alcoholic beverage distilledRum is an alcoholic beverage distilled from the fermented by-products of sugarfrom the fermented by-products of sugar cane i.e Molassescane i.e Molasses
  • 2. MolassesMolasses
  • 3. History of RumHistory of Rum The origin of the word ‘Rum’ is unknownThe origin of the word ‘Rum’ is unknown it is a shortened form of the wordit is a shortened form of the word ‘Rumbullion’ which is West Indian word to‘Rumbullion’ which is West Indian word to fight or scuffle or “Saccharum” Latin wordfight or scuffle or “Saccharum” Latin word for sugar.for sugar. The Spanish word for rum is ‘Ron’ theThe Spanish word for rum is ‘Ron’ the French call it ‘Rhum’.French call it ‘Rhum’.
  • 4. Nick Names of RumNick Names of Rum It was the fiery nature of rum led to nickIt was the fiery nature of rum led to nick name like “ Kill- Devil”.name like “ Kill- Devil”. It is also known as Nelson Blood.It is also known as Nelson Blood.
  • 5. Production ProcessProduction Process  Sugarcane is boiled to make thick sugar syrupSugarcane is boiled to make thick sugar syrup  Centrifuge for formation of sugar crystals.Centrifuge for formation of sugar crystals.  Residue is known as molasses.Residue is known as molasses.  The molasses is re-boiled, mixed with water andThe molasses is re-boiled, mixed with water and yeast,yeast,  FermentationFermentation  DistillationDistillation  AgeingAgeing
  • 6. Types of RumTypes of Rum  Types Of Rum- Rum falls into two mainTypes Of Rum- Rum falls into two main classification:classification:  Jamaican rumJamaican rum is characteristically rich and full-is characteristically rich and full- bodied.bodied. Jamaican Rum is dark. It gets most of itsJamaican Rum is dark. It gets most of its color from added molasses not from the caskcolor from added molasses not from the cask and aged in oak casks for a minimum of fiveand aged in oak casks for a minimum of five years. These areyears. These are produced in theproduced in the EnglishEnglish speaking countries such as Jamaica,speaking countries such as Jamaica, British Guyana, Haiti, U.S.A., &British Guyana, Haiti, U.S.A., & Barbados. Indian rums are also similar toBarbados. Indian rums are also similar to this full-bodied rumthis full-bodied rum
  • 7. Cont..Cont.. Puerto Rican & CubanPuerto Rican & Cuban rums are dry,rums are dry, crispy & light bodied. Rums are distilled atcrispy & light bodied. Rums are distilled at high proof, to give the brand lightness andhigh proof, to give the brand lightness and dryness. These are produced in thedryness. These are produced in the Spanish speaking countries such asSpanish speaking countries such as Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Virgin Islands,Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Virgin Islands, Trinidad, Venezuela & Mexico;Trinidad, Venezuela & Mexico;
  • 8. Cont..Cont..  DemeraraDemerara rums are distilled in British Guyana,rums are distilled in British Guyana, South America, from molasses, which areSouth America, from molasses, which are obtained from the sugarcane, which is grownobtained from the sugarcane, which is grown along the Demerara River. They are rich fullalong the Demerara River. They are rich full bodied rum like those produced in Jamaica, butbodied rum like those produced in Jamaica, but are not as pungent or flavourful as Jamaicanare not as pungent or flavourful as Jamaican and are darker in colour.and are darker in colour. This rum is very high inThis rum is very high in alcohol content (151 proof) and is used to makealcohol content (151 proof) and is used to make a cocktail called Zombie.a cocktail called Zombie.  VirginVirgin Islands Rum is usually dry, light bodiedIslands Rum is usually dry, light bodied rum close to Puerto Rican rumrum close to Puerto Rican rum 
  • 9. Cont..Cont..  Martinique and HaitianMartinique and Haitian rum are rums distilledrum are rums distilled from the juice of the sugarcane rather than fromfrom the juice of the sugarcane rather than from the molasses. The juice is concentrated, distilledthe molasses. The juice is concentrated, distilled and aged leaving a medium bodies spirit.and aged leaving a medium bodies spirit.  BataviaBatavia is unique aromatic rum made fromis unique aromatic rum made from Javanese red rice. Small rice cakes are madeJavanese red rice. Small rice cakes are made and put into molasses to ferment naturally.and put into molasses to ferment naturally.
  • 10. Brand NamesBrand Names Jamaican RumJamaican Rum AppletonAppleton Sea PiratesSea Pirates MyersMyers
  • 11. Puerto RiconPuerto Ricon Don QuixoteDon Quixote Ron BacardiRon Bacardi Ron RicoRon Rico Ron MeritoRon Merito
  • 12. Demerara RumDemerara Rum Lemon HartLemon Hart

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