Rum Gallery exhibits rums produced on islands where sugar cane is grown, each in a different ocean. Each rum reflects a different geographic styyle and cultural heritage. Starting in Mauritius in the Indian Ocean we get Penny Blue. Moving east into the South Pacific we see Gauguin Rum from Tahiti, then Kōloa Coconut rum from Hawai'i in the North Pacific. In the North Atlantic we visit the Canary Islands to discover Arehucas 7 year old, then onto Brazil's Santa Catarina Island in the South Atlantic for Armazem Onix Cachaça.
The fourth annual Caribbean Rum and Beer Festival returned to Grenada from November 21-23. Rum Gallery was there to judge the rum tasting competition. See the results here. Happy smiling judge photo by Lisa Malchow.
British Virgin Islands, April 5-12, 2014 – Rum Gallery and Rum Therapy are teaming up on a catamaran flotilla to cruise the best islands, beaches and beach bars the BVI has to offer. We’ll also tour a distillery and conduct a rum tasting! A limited number of cabins are available. If you’re interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.