Best rum?

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  1. rasorinc
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    The absolute best rum in the world when you really desire rum is what's in the cabinet.
    Or maybe the freezer.
     
  2. hoytedow
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    ..or the rum balls.
     
  3. Ike
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    "And that's the truth!" Lily Tomlin.
     
  4. Boston

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    Rum Cake
    gotta love that stuff
     
  5. reelintense
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    bntii...
    Great Rums:
    Zaya, 12 yr from Guatemala. AWESOME!!!
    Depaz, West Indies
    Flor de Cana 18 yr, Nicaragua
    Appleton V/X, 5 to 10 yr blend from Jamaica.
    Kraken, Dark Spiced Rum. YUMMY!!!
    Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, 90 proof.
    Bacardi 8 yr.

    Rum is no more potent than any other spirit. Its all in how its consumed. If that bar doesn't serve rum, & they do offer tequila, tell them they are F'ing IDIOTS... Tequila is also a fine spirit, but too many Jackholes shoot it until they pass out w/ their *** out...
    Hey, tell em to shoot Gin all night long & watch what happens. Same thing.
    Cheers...:p
     
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    Ruby Tuesday

    We did a charter in the British Virgin Isles many years ago & bought some local rum called “Pussers” which we enjoyed very much. It’s made to the original British Admiralty recipe & derives from the Navy word “Purser”.

    We also brought home with us a “Survival Kit” consisting of a tin mug, a fishing lure & gut, a small compass, a box of matches, a small map of the area, a bottle of Pussers rum, and two aspirin for after the bottle of rum! A great memento, although the rum’s long gone!

    www.pussers.com/t-rum.aspx
     
  8. reelintense
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    Pusser's

    Very familiar with it...
     
  9. bntii
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    Ditto- required in the 'Painkillers' popular here & good drinkable stuff.
     
  10. Petros
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    does it attract pirates?

    I will buy any rum with a picture of a sailboat on the label. Narrows it down a bit.
     
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    Don't say that too loudly. Now every swill distiller will be posting sailboats on their labels. :D
     

  12. Frosty

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    Im swilling some right now, its called Sang Som made in Thailand --I dont know what out of and I dont care --its tastes ok with coke and is cheap at 6 dollars a pint, oh and it comes in an attractive box.

    What more do you want when youve drank all the beer.

    The fire in the village is burning out and the witch doctor is pissed and talking funny so it wont be long before I go back to my wig wam thing.
     
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