Distilled on Java, the original home of Indonesian rum, the heart of Nusa Caña is a rich Indonesian sugar cane spirit. Born of ancient days, blended for modern nights.
Infused with the attitude and energy of todays Bali. Our vibrant “King of the Forest” barong mask sits atop every bottle protecting the spirit within. Evoking a colorful and carefree Balinese island lifestyle. Beats. Boards. Bikes. Beaches & Bars. Nusa Caña rum pays tribute to todays ‘Island of The Gods’.
Aroma: Generous notes of vibrant cane juice, banana, coconut and spice.
Taste: Opens with fresh cane and young coconut. White and black pepper spice, moving to mature dry wood, vanilla and toasted banana leaf.
Finish: An astoundingly smooth finish with sructiure, body and lingering cane
The Spice Islands of Indonesia are the original source of nutmeg and clove. Fresh. Not dried. Flavorful. Valuable. Exotic. Prestigious. The influence and reach of Indonesia’s ‘Spice Islands’ changed the global culinary landscape forever. Nutmeg & clove travelled by sea and Silk Road into kitchens, galleys, taverns & bars. Flavoring spirits, punches, cocktails and mixed drinks. Over time, the islands of Indonesia gave spice to the world.
Nusa Caña Spiced rum draws on Indonesia’s heritage of nutmeg, clove and exotic tastes in its blend of 6 all natural spices and flavors.
Ginger, coffee & cacao are wrapped up in the sweetness of pineapple, finished with the exotic warmth of nutmeg and clove.
The only rum inspired by the ‘Spice Islands’ of Indonesia.
Perfect in long drinks, cocktails, punches and parties.
Aroma: Spiced-pineapple fruit cake. Raw sugarcane.Coffee & chocolate lying underneath.
Taste: Dry spiced rum. Pineapple sweetness. Clove. Nutmeg with raw sugarcane funk. Deeper notes of coffee and cacao carried on spicy ginger.
Finish: Dry Spiced rum. Coffee & cacao.A lasting lick of ginger, sugarcane and nutmeg
Myers’s Rum, named for founder Fred L. Myers, has been produced in Jamaica since 1879. This molasses-based dark rum is a blend of up to nine rums made in both continuous and pot stills. It’s aged up to four years in ex-bourbon barrels.
Natural coconut essence is blended with white Jamaican rum to create this cracking flavoured rum from Kingston, Jamaica. Great with fruit juices.
Koko Kanu is named in honour of Jamaica’s Arawak Indians.
J. Wray and Nephew Ltd. is a distiller, blender, and bottler of rum, originating and operating in Jamaica. The history of J. Wray and Nephew began in 1825 when company founder John Wray opened ‘The Shakespeare Tavern’ in Kingston, Jamaica. Kingston grew steadily and eventually became Jamaica’s capital in 1877, and The Shakespeare Tavern became highly successful.