The majority of world-wide Rum production occurs in the Caribbean. Few places have a history soaked with Rum more than the Virgin Islands. We present to you, Bones Rum!
Bones Aged Dark Rum is proudly bottled on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, as well as the United States, using a centuries-old recipe, small batch distilling and oak barrel aging. While you enjoy your choice of BONES drink, here are a few little-known facts concerning this liquor and some interesting historical trivia regarding Pirate culture and lore. Bottoms Up! Bones Virgin Islands Rum is a tribute to pirate adventure on the high seas, blended from a selection of small batch rums aged a minimum of 4 years, sourced throughout the Virgin Islands. It’s aged in a combination of cherry wood, French oak and American oak barrels and bottled in St. Thomas.
GOLD RUMRUM THAT IS OFTEN AGED, BUT CAN ALSO JUST HAVE CARAMEL-COLORING ADDED TO PROVIDE COLOR. NO SPECIFIC TYPE OR SIZE BARREL REQUIRED. NO SET TIME REQUIRED FOR AGING FOR MOST COUNTRIES WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS.
CASK TYPEEX-BOURBON, CHERRY WOOD, FRENCH OAK
Rum is a spirit made in various styles and in many (mostly tropical) locations around the world. Sugarcane is the raw ingredient behind all rum styles, from clear Cuban ron blanco to the darkest Jamaican Navy Rum. Some rums, notably Brazilian cachaça and Rhum Agricole from the French West Indies, are distilled directly from cane juice. Most, however, is made from molasses, the thick, black, syrupy byproduct of the sugar production process.