Rum Bumbu The Original 40%
Handcrafted in small batches in a historic distillery founded in 1893 in Barbados, Bumbu is a true Caribbean legend. The recipe is based on the original created in the 16th and 17th centuries by sailors and merchants who sailed the seas of the West Indies, who didn't like the taste of traditional rum. "Bumbu" was in fact the name of the blend they had made by adding Caribbean fruit and spices to their rums.
Bumbu is a full-bodied rum, with rich and complex aromas of Madagascar vanilla, caramel and toasted oak. The palate has notes of cinnamon, roasted peanuts and Jamaican pepper perfectly balanced to achieve a mild mild sweetness over a soft finish.
Production area: Barbados. Aging: 15 years in oak casks from Kentucky. Color: amber. Bouquet: with notes of Madagascar vanilla, caramel and oak. Taste: full-bodied, rich and complex. Alcohol content: 35%. Serving temperature: 8-10 °C