Jamaica rum


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Jamaica rum

n
(Brewing) a highly flavoured rum produced in Jamaica

Jamai′ca rum′


n.
a heavy, pungent, slowly fermented rum made in Jamaica.
[1765–75]
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Noun1.Jamaica rum - heavy pungent rum from Jamaica
rum - liquor distilled from fermented molasses
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Jamaica rum

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These opinions being equally incontrovertible with those he had already pronounced, he went on to inform us that Jamaica rum, though unquestionably an agreeable spirit of great richness and flavour, had the drawback of remaining constantly present to the taste next day; and nobody being venturous enough to argue this point either, he increased in confidence and became yet more companionable and communicative.
well, boots or shoes, or anything; she has bought to-day Jamaica rum, and even, I believe, Madeira and .
As for drinks, Sandals have partnered with both Robert Mondavi Twin Oaks and Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum to ensure guests have only the finest tipples to unwind with.
Wray Jamaica Rum Gold and Silver are replacing Appleton Jamaica Rum Special and White, respectively.
Appleton Signature Blend Jamaica Rum (70cl), Tesco, was PS20, now PS15.
Bartender Giuseppe Gonzalez of the now-closed, New York urban Tiki bar Painkiller in 2011 replaced the original's dark Jamaica rum with blackstrap rum, and the drink started to catch on among craft enthusiasts in major markets.
Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum on June 21 announced the release of a world first in rum, the very rare limited edition Appleton Estate 50-Year-Old Jamaica Rum - Jamaica Independence Reserve.
Last night pub regulars chronicled 'lost' confectionary of the 1970s: Texas bars, Jamaica Rum, Anglo bubbly.
Spanish fruit and herb liqueur Licor 43 is launching into the UK after Jamaica rum producer J Wray & Nephew took on distribution for the liqueur.
I was sent one at Christmas, baked it slowly with Jamaica rum, soft brown sugar and slices of pineapple - which turned out to be entirely pointless, the way baking a sponge would be pointless.
In 1981, Spence joined Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum as chief chemist, and during her tenure there, she has held a series of key positions, including product development manager, technical service manager and total quality manager.
The black fruit cake is prepared days (even weeks) in advance to ripen the flavours of dark Jamaica rum, currants, dried figs, prunes, angostura bitters, maraschino cherries and other ingredients.

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