Bumbu rum is based on a recipe that dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries, used by pirates and traders as an alternative to the grog taste better than the Royal Navy served its hombres.This modern interpretation takes sugar cane from eight countries Caribbean before distilling West Indian rum distillery in Barbados. Rum matures in bourbon barrels aged up to fifteen and mixed with all native species from the native Caribbean and Bajan pure water filtered through the island's coral rocks. No artificial flavors or colors are added.
Sight: intense amber color.
Nose: aromas of banana with cinnamon and vanilla sweetness.
Mouth: For testing, they ripen rum and natural spices provide rich complexity. Sweet and smooth, a large vanilla chop is followed by orange peel, banana and mango. subtle notes of fresh herbs and a touch of dry snuff come across spices that make this an excellent sip of spices.