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September 23, 2016

Interview: Trey Litel On Why American Craft Rum Hasn’t Taken Off Yet — And Why It Will

BY BEVERAGE DYNAMICS You may not think of Louisiana as rum country. But before the Revolutionary War, the state’s sugarcane plantations were so flush with rum that it became a form of local currency. And prior the Prohibition, rum distilleries were commonplace all along America’s east coast. So describes Trey Litel, President of Louisiana Spirits […]

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September 14, 2016

5 American Rums to Drink Now

BY TRAVIS MITCHELL Rum is synonymous with the Caribbean, evoking visions of tropical beaches and island breezes. After all, the hot, sunny climate of spots like Jamaica, Guatemala and Cuba is as perfect for growing the sugar cane required for making rum as it is for sipping a mojito. But while the Caribbean is undoubtedly […]

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