Method and production
Richland Rum is an authentic and natural rum made in Georgia, USA. Richland Rum is based on sugar ear syrup from Richland Rum’s own sugar ear plantation. After long fermentation, the rum is distilled into a traditional copper pot still, and the rum is then aged in new American oak barrels. The bottling “Single Cask” takes place directly from dish to bottle, without any mixing, and the entire production takes place locally and is based on its own materials (hence the name Single Estate).
Field flowers, roasted sugar and leather.
Before the whiskey entered the United States, the rum was the Americans’ favorite liquor. In the 18th century, the rum was harvested in New England, but it was supplanted by the whiskey. Today, the rum is on its way back, and this is not least due to pioneers such as Karin &Erik Vonk. After falling for the Area of Georgia, USA, they founded the cane plantation Vennebroeck Estate just outside the city of Richmond, in the late 90s. Their aim was to relaunch the sugar cane and thus rum production to the area. As one of the few in the world, Richland can call their rum “Pure Single Estate Rum”. By that name, they emphasize that all production has taken place in the distillery – from growing sugar cane to bottling in bottles.
Enjoy it with a great Cuban or New World Cigar!