10 Cane Rum Premium done with the first pressing of virgin sugar cane Trinidad & Tobago, harvested specifically for , develop this rum. Historically they were pressed into groups of 10. What makes it so special is that is made from sugar cane, unlike other rums, which are made from molasses. French double distillation in stills. The distillate sugar is mixed with a touch of old rum from Trinidad. Aged for a year in French oak barrels. Color light yellow. On the nose, fruity with hints of vanilla. On the palate, well balanced, rounded finish.
10 Cane Rum Essential Facts
- The Trinidadian rum is made from freshly pressed sugarcane juice, which is distilled twice in a pot still and aged in French oak barrels for six month before bottling.
- 10 Cane isn’t just a cool sounding name but actually the number of sugarcane stalks that it takes to make one bottle.
- 10 Cane uses first press cane juice, meaning the purest, most flavorful juice from hand-harvested sugar cane.
How you should drink 10 Cane Rum
- With cola
- In cocktails (10 Cane Hemingway Daiquiri, Ginger Smash, Pumpkin Nog)