Recipes to mix it up on World Mojito Day
Whether it’s tall and tropical or short and sour, we’ve got a drink for everyone. So savour the flavours of the season with a BACARDÍ cocktail to celebrate good times.
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BACARDÍ has always taken pride in its craftsmanship. From industrial innovations in 1876 at the Philadelphia International Exposition to being bestowed the Spanish Coat of Arms, BACARDÍ has been awarded for its achievements in quality and production since the very beginning.
BACARDÍ rum starts with the high quality molasses sourced from around the world. It’s a thick, dark and sweet syrup that is left over after a three stage sugarcane refining process, resulting in the molasses containing less sugar, but still holding the sugarcane sweetness and concentrated flavours of the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals.
Rum is made by fermenting and distilling sugarcane molasses or sugarcane juice. Afterwards, the clear liquid is aged in oak barrels to produce different types of rum, ranging from white to gold.
BACARDÍ is a rum brand established in 1862 that has been producing world-class rums ever since. Our history is rich, and our hunger for continued innovation in the industry never ceases.
Dark rum can be found black, brown and red in appearance and is usually, but not always, aged longer than gold or white rum. It often indicates a more intense flavour profile, and is also delicious when used in cooking.
White rum is usually a light-bodied variant with a soft, sweet taste. It’s often used in light refreshing cocktails, especially favourites like the Mojito and Daiquiri.
Rum orginates from the Carribean, records from Barbados dating back to about 1650 first mention rum’s origin as the West Indies.
Gold rum, also known as amber rum, usually provides rich and smooth flavours after being aged in barrels.
BACARDÍ Rum is made with the special combination of molasses from sugarcane, yeast and water. The mixture is then fermented, distilled, aged, filtered and blended to make the delicious Caribbean spirit you all know and love.