Tasting Notes: Sweet notes of vanilla, caramel, and subtle oak on the nose. The flavor is decadent with notes of chocolate, banana, and baking spices such as cinnamon throughout the palate. The finish is smooth with light, sweet notes.
Bumbu Rum gets its name from the 17th-century sailors that the once ruled the seas. Their drink of choice was a spiced concoction named affectionately “Bumbu,” which was made using ingredients acquired over the course of their travels.
The modern take on this Caribbean elixir consists of spices and sugarcane sourced from eight countries including Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guyana, and Honduras. Bottled at 40% ABV, this unique spirit is a Triple Gold Medal winner at the Los Angeles International Spirits Competition.