rumbullion

rumbullion

(rʌmˈbʊljən)
n
(Brewing) obsolete a drink of rum
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The story is organized under the boldface heading "The North Develops Commerce and Cities--Molasses and Rumbullion," with women appearing in the story only under the section headed "Family Farms.
De hecho, la palabra ron proviene de la palabra inglesa rum, cuyo origen mas probable son los terminos rumbullion o rumbustion, palabras de moda en la epoca en que se perfecciono el destilado de la melaza, y que eran terminos coloquiales para <<tumulto o alboroto>>.
They also pre-make the secret blend of spices used in the signature cocktail, the Rumbullion, $14, which is made with Bacardi 8, DeKuyper Orange Curacao, lime juice, pomegranate juice, the secret blend and a float of Demerara Rum.
The Roundhouse offers several dining experiences: its luxuriant and nostalgic private dining room; the Somerset Room, which boasts magnificent panoramic views; the ornate, charming Oval Room; and the Rumbullion terraces, a sensational outdoor setting adorned with centuries-old pomegranate trees and beautiful gardens--ideal for an afternoon cocktail.
The word "rum" is derived from any number of words, most notably, rumbullion, a drink made from boiling sugar cane stalks; the archaic rumbustion, which meant "noisy, uncontrollable exuberance;" and saccharum, Latin for sugar.
The cocktail list at RumBa in the 424-room Intercontinental Hotel in Boston, developed by Southern Wine & Spirits of Nevada mixologist Francesco Lafranconi, includes the $14 Rumbullion, made with Bacardi 8, orange curacao, lime and pomegranate juices, a proprietary flavor blend and a float of Demerara rum.