Rum

  1. Country that produces Angostura rum
    Trinidad and Tobago
  2. French overseas department made up of two main islands; has PGI status for its rum
    • Guadeloupe
    • Note: In addition to Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre, it includes four other inhabited islands, namely Marie-Galante, La Désirade, and the two Îles des Saintes, as well as many uninhabited islands and outcroppings.
  3. Island where Cruzan is produced
    St. Croix
  4. South American country with a DO for rum (ron)
    Venezuela
  5. Preferred species of sugarcane for the production of rum
    Saccharum officinarum: "sugar factories" or "varieties"
  6. Rum produced from raw sugarcane juice
    Rhum agricole (Agricultural rum)
  7. Four traditional classifications of Jamaican base rums, based on ester content
    • Common Cleans
    • Plummers
    • Wedderburns
    • Continental Flavoreds
  8. Island that produces AOC-protected rum
    Martinique
  9. Country of origin for Barbancourt Rum
    Haiti
  10. Style of Brazilian rum produced from raw sugarcane juice
    Cachaca
  11. World's oldest documented rum brand
    Mount Gay
  12. Term used to describe rums such as Bacardi 151
    Overproof
  13. Rum- and honey-based liqueur produced in the Canary Islands
    Ronmiel de Canarias
  14. Indonesian spirit produced from sugarcane and red rice
    Batavia Arrack
  15. Sugarcane-based "national drink of Panama"
    Seco Herrerano
  16. Traditional Czech spirit produced from potatoes or sugar beets
    Tuzemák
  17. Minimum abv for US-produced rum
    40% abv
  18. Minimum abv for EU-produced rum
    37.5% abv
Author
mikedutch
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353941
Card Set
Rum
Description
CSS Module 6 (chapter 7-rum) 2020
Updated