Rum is fermented, distilled sugarcane molasses or sugarcane juice. The clear distillate is then aged in oak casks, imparting some deep caramel colours and the delicious flavours of charred oak. As you would imagine, rum production is prevalent in sugar producing countries, the Caribbean and Central America. At Seven Cellars, we also classify Cachaca as a type of rum – it is similar because it’s made with freshly pressed sugarcane juice. It is made in Brazil and is the key ingredient in a Caipirinha cocktail. Back to rum proper and you can see we have a good deal of choice; aged, unaged, fruit infused and spiced. We hope you really enjoy the discovery and also that you pretend to be a pirate at least once when you’re drinking it.