Discovering the Finer Side of Rum
Posted by Arctic Wolf on February 7, 2012
Here is some nice news for those of you who may want to share a glass of rum with me.
I have been invited by the guys (and gals) at Vines in Riverbend to be the guest host for their “Discovering the Finer Side of Rum” Tasting Event.
We will begin with a a sample of Juan Santos Coffee Rum to serve as an appetizer, and then we will dive into a selection of rum which I have personally selected to be presented and tasted.
Cruzan Estate Single Barrel Rum from St Croix
Abuelo 12 Year Old Rum from Panama
Ron Millonario 15 Solera Rum from Peru
Diplomatico Exclusiva Rum from Venezuela
Mount Gay – 1703 Rum from Barbados
Dos Maderas 5+5 Px from the Caribbean (but finished in Pedro Jimenez Casks in Spain)
I think (although I admit I am biased because I selected the rums) that the line-up is solid, and represents a good cross section of geographical styles of rum production. You can experience the the rich flavour and diversity of rums from South America, from Central America, and the Caribbean Islands.
The Day of the Tasting is: Monday, February 13th, 2012 (at 7:00 PM)
The cost will be: $39.95 Prepaid
There will be only Limited Seating Available so to make sure you get a seat please contact my friends at Vines.
Vines – Riverbend Wine Merchants (Edmonton)
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