From the article: A Guide to Popular Rum Brands
Rum is a very diverse liquor and it seems that everyone has a favorite, though many people stick with one of the big name brands. Which rum do you recommend for cocktails? Is there a certain rum that you find more versatile than others, a special find that you fell for after the first sip, or one that you recommend for a specific rum cocktail? Recommend a Rum
Black Cat Gold
- Made in Suriname. Cheaper than water locally, tricky and expensive to get shipped. Flavorful, and sweet enough to drink straight. Reminiscent of sugarcane.
- —Guest Keely
Simply the Best
- If you haven't tried this rum you are missing the great taste of the islands. Angostura Rums from Trinidad are some of the finest in the business. My favourite is Royal Oak. Each bottle has a serial number on it and comes in a distinctive metal case. Amber in colour with a rich rum taste. Great over ice or in a cola mix. Hard to find in Canada or U.S. I always have a bottle or two spare around after my trips cruising the Caribbean.
- —Guest James Leal
By far the best deal...
- Tanduay Superior 12 yr old dark rum. Available only in the Philippines and nearby Asian venues (as far as I've discovered) easily competes with Havana Club at 1/10 the price. Best rum deal in the world if you can find it!
- —Guest Firecoral
Why is the rum gone?
- Because it's so good it's been drank....Gosling's Family Reserve Old Rum is my fave
- —Guest Richie
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
- I like to use rum in baking as well as for cocktails. I have tried over the years many different brands and colors. My favorite rum is definitely Sailor Jerry. It has the aroma of rum and vanilla and the other spices are not overbearing, which gives it a smooth taste.
- —Guest Kristins
- Myers and Lambs are only mentioned once. yet both have varieties that range to dark. Why? What about Havana Club and it 3, sometimes 4, classifications? Better than Bacardi, none of which I like or serve, any day of the week.
- —Guest David
QLD RUM FTW
- I know its only available in Australia but you cant have a rum list without something from Bundaberg rum on it.. http://www.bundabergrum.com.au/
- —Guest BundyFTW
Lemon Hart 151
- Although I enjoy Barbancourt 5 Star, Kraken, and Pyrat XO, nothing beats Lemon Hart 151 demerara rum. I use it in every recipe that calls for a 151 proof rum and in spite of the alcohol content, I routinely sip this neat. The flavor is so bloody rich and delicious, words fail me. And a Zombie just isn't a Zombie without it!
- —Guest Mr Retsej
- Barbancourt 5 star and Flor de Cana are both excellent choices.
- —Guest Jeff
It came from the deep...
- I am not a rum guy at all. Whiskey is my poison of choice. But, my flatmate bought some Kraken dark rum that I legitimately enjoyed.
- —Guest NotARumGuy
Sangster's Jamaican Rum Cream
- Wonderful, smooth flavor, not overpowering. Reminds you of Bailey's Irish Cream.
- You did not mention the volume the pricing was basesd on. I prefer RonRico light and clear @$17.00 for a 1.75l crowd pleaser
- —Guest J Davis
Rum San Pablo from Curacao
- Both dark and light rum purchased for $9.- in Florida . Winner of bronze medal at San Fransisco liquor festival
- —Guest Pablito Manzana
- I love goslings as well. Has a nice deep flavor. Also apple tons reserve is nice in coke with lime. Tried 10 cane not bad either
- —Guest Gerry
Ron Zacapa 23 Year
- Smooth as silk and very full of flavor - I don't mix, just sip. Zacapa replaced Barbancourt Five Star as my favorite. Will be trying Zaya - thanks for the reviews....
- —Guest Floridian
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